The unbelievable TURISMO VELOCE 800 arriving soon In India

As per our research sources we have found that Turismo Veloce is the boldest bike ever made by MV Agusta. This time they have  set  a target for new speed or power records. Also they had accepedt a challenge which was perhaps even more difficult, at least for us who feel at home on the track and are often the first to see the chequered flag flying: to make an MV Agusta touring bike The fact that it is also "Veloce" (fast) is the natural consequence.    


It has redefined   about the design priorities: comfort, cargo capacity, smooth operation, low fuel consumption, longer service intervals and everything else a customer looks for in a bike designed for touring.


They are readily Available in two versions, both share the absolute best technology available today: from the MVCSC (MV Agusta Chassis Stability Control) electronics package to the MVICS 2.0 (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System) with inertial platform and the latest generation Bosch ABS. In typical MV Agusta style, they have  decided to adopt the electronic up&down EAS 2.0 gearbox available on all the engine maps, even on this touring bike.  


The overall innovation of the design also comes through in the details, such as the Full LED light clusters, the colour instrumentation with TFT technology, built-in Bluetooth device to allow up to 9 different devices to be paired, the immobilizer, two USB sockets and two 12V power points. The Lusso (luxury) version takes the technical level of the Turismo 800 even higher with electronically controlled semi-active suspension as standard equipment, as well as heated hand grips, a centre stand and built-in GPS sensor.   



Expected Price : 15.5 Lakhs

Image & Content Source : mvagusta.com

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