The new MV Agusta F4 Claudio has been unveiled

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This MV Agusta F4 Claudio is a tribute to Claudio Castiglioni who along with Massimo Tamburini created the iconic MV Agusta F4 750. It is based on the F4 Reparto Corse and you can either get a track-focused model that is able to produce 212 bhp or a road-legal one with 7 hp less with 205 bhp.

Only 200 units will be made and each selling for a jaw dropping $83,012 starting from June in the USA. This limited edition will also feature titanium con-rods that will enable you to reduce friction and comfortably reach 14, 200 rpm.

Most of the bodywork on this beast has been made exclusively from carbon fibre with the beautiful gold-flake BST wheels. The brakes used are the same from the Ducati Panigale V4. The exhaust are made out of titanium and are from SC-Project with a laser-engraved “Claudio” written on the mufflers.

This magnificent motorcycle has four riding modes that are Normal, Sport, Rain or Custom which can change the friction, throttle response and engine braking. Along with that the MV Agusta F4 Claudio comes in with a dry weight of 386 pounds making it one of the lightest MV Agusta ever made.

That would be very exciting to take around sharp bends with it being so light like a feather.

That is to say this motorbike is sculpted to pure perfection. From the very seats which is cross-stitched with the Claudio name to the the tiniest details on the body of this beautiful motorcycle.

If you ever want to see the MV Agusta F4 Claudio in real life soon you will have a chance at the EICMA show in Milan next month where more details about it will also be released. This had clearly indicated it has lived up to its ancestors name with not only being breathtakingly fast but even more beautiful and very possibly the sexiest motorcycle made in history.

What do you think?

Could this be the sexiest sportbike ever made in history? Do you think it is a amazing tribute to Claudio Castiglioni? Let me know in the comments below about what you think. Thanks for reading.

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