EICMA 2023: MV Agusta LXP Orioli Adventure Tourer Debuts with 931cc, Inline three-cylinder Engine

The new MV Agusta LXP Orioli has made its debut at the EICMA 2023. The bike has a 931cc, inline three-cylinder engine that generates 122bhp, and 102Nm.

By Sanorita | on November 9, 2023 Follow us on Autox Google News

MV Agusta has revealed the LXP Orioli, a limited-edition adventure tourer, during the EICMA show in Milan, Italy. This bike is limited to 500 units and pays homage to the Lucky Explorer adventure motorcycle, one of the most well-known vehicles to compete in the Dakar Rally. Moreover, the bike's nameplate draws inspiration from the 1990s rallying icon Edi Orioli. As a result, his sign is featured on every unit of the motorcycle's fuel tank. The motorcycle has a 7-inch TFT display for Bluetooth and other capabilities. The bike also offers the Ride App, which provides a Mobisat geolocation anti-theft and navigation systems. 

Other notable characteristics of this MV Agusta adventure tourer include four unique riding modes (Urban, Touring, Off-Road, and Custom All-Terrain), five traction control settings (two for on-road use, two for off-road use, and one for rainy conditions), and two-level options of engine braking action. The motorcycle is unlikely to be released here because MV Agusta is not currently operating in India. However, to learn more about this model that has been revealed for the global market, read on.

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MV Agusta LXP Orioli: Mechanical and Hardware Details

The brand's most recent  — a 931cc DOHC liquid-cooled motor developed and designed by Chief Project Engineer Brian Gillen, propels the adventure tourer. After extensive refinement to meet Euro 5+ pollution requirements, this 81mm bore and 60.2mm stroke engine now produces 122bhp at 10,000rpm and 102Nm at 7,000rpm. Sachs is the supplier of chassis parts. The bike features a fully adjustable 48mm fork and a link-actuated gas-charged rear shock absorber, with 210mm of wheel travel. 

Additionally, the bike's braking components include Brembo Stylema four-piston callipers on 320mm discs up front, and two-piston callipers on a 265mm single disc at the back. The bike rides on a 21-inch in front and an 18-inch rear spoked, tubeless rims, wrapped in Bridgestone Battleax AX41 tyres. 

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MV Agusta LXP Orioli: Other Key Details 

Similar to the original Lucky Explorer, the MV LXP Orioli is only available in a single paint option: white with green and red. The bike has complete LED lighting system for the front and rear with DRL, as well as, LED handlebar controls. In terms of features, the bike comes with seven-inch TFT colour display, a six-axis inertial measurement unit (IMU), five levels of traction control, and Ride by Wire, and more. The adventure tourer from the MV Agusta is expected to come with a hefty price tag for the global market. However, it is unlikely to launch in India as of now. 


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