Following the unveiling of the F3 Rosso, MV Agusta will unveil its bigger, more powerful F4 in the first week of June. Expect a Euro 5 compliant engine and majorly updated electronics
MV Agusta revealed its F3 Rosso last week and you can read about the updated motorcycle by clicking here. This time around, the exotic superbike maker has announced that the heavily updated F4 will be unveiled on June 3, 2021. Along with a standard model, MV Agusta could reveal its 'Rosso' and 'RC' variants.
Just as the mechanical updates observed on the F3 Rosso, the F4 will get a Euro 5 (BS6) engine with major engine internal updates. The styling of the new F4 is expected to be the same as the motorcycle it replaces. Even with an updated engine, the power figures could be the same as before – in the same ballpark as 210bhp and 115Nm of torque.
Pictures of the pre-updated F4 have been used in the story for reference
The electronic suite could receive a major update and the 6-axis IMU-based rider aids are expected to receive a major re-calibration as well. The LCD instrument cluster could be replaced by a 5-inch TFT screen – most likely the same unit that is offered on the 2021 F3 Rosso. The cycle parts such as suspension units and braking setup are expected to be carried forward in the newly updated motorcycle.
The motorcycle will break cover on June 3 and MV Agusta is expected to announce the prices for the same along with its launch schedules in European countries. The motorcycle will not be sold in our market as the MV Agusta’s India operations have not yet resumed, even though most of its motorcycle lineup is BS6 ready.