Friday, October 13, 2006

Limited Edition MV Agusta F4 CC: Feeling rich today?


The MV Agusta F4 CC. Vastly expensive, very exclusive...

What’s beautiful, Italian, fast and very, very expensive? The new Limited Edition F4 CC, which is expected to cost US$125,000. MV will only build 100 units of the F4 CC – the CC being Claudio Castiglioni – so if you do buy one, it’s likely to be the only one in the neighbourhood.

The bike, which will debut at the Milan Motorcycle Show next month, will pack an all-new 1079cc inline-four, which makes 190 horsepower in street-legal trim and 200 horsepower with a free-flow racing exhaust system. Top speed is an electronically governed 315km/h, which should be enough to see you past stock Suzuki Hayabusas and Kawasaki ZZR1400s.

As you’d expect, you get an adequate amount of carbonfibre, magnesium and titanium bits for your money. And for added bling, buyers of the F4 CC will also have the option of buying a special Versace jacket and MV wristwatch. That’ll be about US$1,900 for the jacket and US$20,000 for the watch. Like 50 Cent says, get rich, or die tryin’…



Also see:
MV Agusta F4 1000R Senna Edition
MV Agusta F4 1000R sets Bonneville Speed Record
MV Agusta Brutale 910R Italia Special Edition

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

ummm stock busa is actually well capable of doing 315km/h as unrestricted model was 340 and much eaiser to reach that top speed due to its shape so umm yeh i dont know where you guys get your info from??

J said...

ummm stock busa tops out at 180mph, i know because i dyno them myself day in and day out. and i own a mv agusta also =) so u need to check where you are getting your info from.

Anonymous said...

J I bet you have one. My busa is an upgraded version and will surely smoke your mv for breakfast.

Anonymous said...

CAN i HAVE THE BLONDE CHICK IN THE PICTURE.... YOU CAN KEEP THE BIKE!

CyberAngel said...

ok, you take the blond, the brunette is miné! ;-)

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