To call the new MV Agusta Superveloce Alpine a limited-edition model would be an understatement. A collaboration between the Italian motorcycle company and French automobile manufacturer Alpine, the rare bike is inspired by the latter’s 110 sports car. Naturally, only 110 units will be made.
“When two motorsport giants such as Alpine and MV Agusta come together, the result can only be stunning in terms of design and technology. The Superveloce Alpine represents the quintessence of the two brands’ souls and character in an incredibly beautiful and richly detailed limited edition,” the product description reads.
The Superveloce Alpine is equipped with an 800cc DOHC three-cylinder engine, which is directly derived from the F3 800. The powertrain is capable of 147hp at 13,000rpm and 88Nm of torque at 10,100rpm, making for a claimed top speed of over 240kph.
The bike’s electronics kit includes four engine maps, launch control, cruise control, a five-inch TFT dashboard color display, and various riding aids. The rider can also use the MVRide App for navigation purposes. The brake system, meanwhile, features Brembo radial four-piston calipers and large-diameter discs.
According to MV Agusta, the concept behind the collaboration “reveals how a family competes against each other in three different spectacular perspectives, but at the end stays one family where the passion for racing fuels the soul.”
The MV Agusta Superveloce Alpine comes in Alpine’s iconic blue livery, with prices starting from 36,300 euros or around P2,121,600.