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MV Agusta Enduro Veloce adventure motorcycle unveiled

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MV Agusta Enduro Veloce adventure motorcycle unveiled

– Based on the limited-edition 2024 LXP Orioli

– Powered by a new 931cc, inline triple engine

– India launch unlikely in the near future

Italian motorcycle marquee, MV Agusta, has taken the wraps off its stunning and feature-loaded adventure motorcycle christened the Enduro Veloce. This update comes on the heels of the announcement of Pierer Mobility, KTM’s parent company, acquiring the majority 50.1 per cent stake in MV Agusta. Going forward, we might start to see more such fresh products coming out of MV Agusta’s stable now.

The Enduro Veloce is based on the 2024 LXP Orioli that was showcased at the last EICMA show in Milan and was limited to just 500 units. The former shares most of its components and specs with the latter while the design has also been retained for the most part.

One of the highlights of this new entrant is the new 931cc, inline triple-cylinder engine which gets a counter balancer. This 57kg mill produces 122.3bhp at 10,000rpm and 102Nm of peak torque at 7,000rpm. What’s interesting about this motor is that 85 per cent of that torque is available from 3,000rpm which should make it too much fun to ride, especially off-road. It’s claimed to deliver a staggering top speed of 240kmph and 0-100kmph sprint can be pulled off in 3.72 seconds. This unit comes mated to a six-speed gearbox with electronically-assisted shifting and a quick shifter.

Complementing that powerhouse is a premium set of hardware. The 21-18-inch spoke wheel combination is suspended by 48mm USD forks up front and a monoshock at the rear, both sourced from Sachs and offering full adjustability. Brembo brakes handle speed shedding duties with the setup comprising dual 320mm discs with a four-piston caliper up front and a single 265mm rotor at the rear with a dual-piston caliper. With a 230mm ground clearance and an 870mm seat height, which can be lowered down to 850mm, the Enduro Veloce fully inclines towards adventure riding.

Typical of an MV Agusta, this new Italian machine comes loaded with electronics. Facilitated with a six-axis inertial measurement unit, it gets a ride-by-wire throttle system, four riding modes one of which is customisable, eight-level traction control, multiple ABS levels, front lift control, and two levels of engine brake control. All of these rider aids can be monitored and tweaked through a massive seven-inch HD TFT screen which, of course, offers smartphone connectivity. A keyless ignition system and backlit switchgear complete the list of features.

While it will start arriving at international dealerships in a couple of months, its Indian arrival is unlikely for now considering MV Agusta isn’t operational on our shores anymore.

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