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MV Agusta planning 600cc Supersport model

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MV Agusta planning 600cc Supersport model alongside F4 1000 Superbike, also Brutale-style Naked version both designed by Massimo Tamburini.

Should the acquisition of Husqvarna by another party take place, this would enable MV Agusta to concentrate completely on future expansion of its product range. Massimo Tamburini is confirmed to be working on the design of a 600cc four-cylinder Supersport version of the F4, which while it retains a recognizable family look is not a downsized clone of the bigger bike, as with the Ducati 749/999. According to factory insiders, it was considered important that the smaller-capacity and therefore less expensive MV should be distinguishable in appearance from the more prestigious 1000cc models – though it’s certain to be another highly distinctive design by the so-called ‘motorcycling Michelangelo’. A Naked version, similar to the F4 Brutale but wearing a different name, is also planned – but the fully-faired Supersport version will appear first, and is scheduled to make its debut at the 2009 EICMA Show in Milan.
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By today to 2009 will be a lot of news in Mv...I hope!!!!!
Since 2005 Tamburini on magazines spoke about 600cc chip bike..
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is this for real? if so, this is extremely exciting.

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I'm going to start saving up right now!! In a couple of years I'm going to have to buy several bikes!!!
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I'm going to start saving up right now!! In a couple of years I'm going to have to buy several bikes!!!
Your not wrong there, i think we all need to start saving
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Great! Now i can look towards MV for a 600cc track bike.

Looking forward to see what kind of design he comes up with
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Hmm. I hope MV's not financially overexerting itself. Lots of projects going on - but you can't make an omlette without breaking some eggs.
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I don't quite understand going to a 600 cc and not the more potent and fun 750 cc size like the SPR, or even a bump up to 800 cc. Maybe I'm not thinking of a 600 as a serious bike for the discriminating street and track enthusiast. I could be very wrong, and look forward to other opinions that will enlighten me to an appreciation for the 600 cc line of thinking.
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Snappo, I would say it is becaiuse MV's (Tamburini's) long term goal is to dominate racing again. And wether we like it or not the 600 class is hot all round the world. So MV need one too.

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