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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-10-2019, 12:37 PM Thread Starter
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2020 Future MV Lineup?

A user leaked some images on FB of what appears to be the mid range "neo classic" cafe racers mentioned by Sardarov. Personally, I really like the direction MV is going with this style. It's trendy, somewhat unique and incorporates their heritage with modern technology and electronics. And apparently, MV will be announcing their new models in a few weeks; likely during EICMA in November.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-10-2019, 01:04 PM
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Thank you for sharing.

Not so much my cup of tea, but I acknowledge that this retro styling with mid size engines is market is demanding.

I am trying to see it positive. These bikes have a solid margin, as both R&D costs and component costs are low. And that cash will hopefully be invested in the 800(930) lineup and the next F4...
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Thank you for sharing.

Not so much my cup of tea. . .
Yes, thanks from me too for sharing. But come on Flex. These are an amazing step ahead.

If that F2 500GP is a goer, I'd be in my dealer tomorrow. AND, I'd even sell a Honda for it.

I love that classic look, and it really appeals to the 'boy racer' in me.

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Those are renders from Oberdan Bezzi, (obiboi) on DeviantArt, but I guess MV Agusta wouldn't object to the free buzz.

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Those are renders from Oberdan Bezzi . . .
Funny!

After posting my message I immediately jumped on to Google to get the F2 goss and then came across the site you mentioned: https://www.coroflot.com/Obiboi/MV-A...500-GP-CONCEPT

Gave me a rather abrupt deflation.

On serious thinking, that F2 would probably be a very thin market when MV is said to be introducing 500s as a stepping stone to their main product. Doesn't stop me from wanting one though!
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My guess for the next F4 will be the 800 triple with a Hybrid addition to get BHP above 200!
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My guess for the next F4 will be the 800 triple with a Hybrid addition to get BHP above 200!
Um, that would then be an F3.....
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I've seen those renderings pop up from time to time. I enjoy that someone is playing with concepts, I wish they had rear suspension so that I could make myself believe them a little more.

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