MV Agusta’s CEO Timur Sardarov has just revealed that the Italian factory is gearing up to release a range of twin-cylinder 350cc bikes.
We’ve been telling you about MV’s plans for small and mid-capacity machines for a few months – and CEO Timur Sardarov has just confirmed that it’s happening very soon. He said: “MV Agusta is entering the biggest relevant market in the world, which is 350c to 500cc.”
He added: “MV Agusta is going to embrace more lower displacement, high performance, in its technology. We are coming up with a new 350cc engine, we have it, it’s a twin. So, we are going to have a two-cylinder 350cc.”
There’s been no confirmation about whether it’ll be a V-Twin or a Parallel Twin just yet – but rumours are swirling that the new line-up will be geared more towards everyday use, rather than being smaller capacity version of MV’s current sport focused range. At this stage, that’s about as much as we know. We’re expecting to see the new 350’s within the next couple of years – and are keeping our fingers crossed for the first glimpse at the new machines at EICMA next year.
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