MV Agusta recently began taking orders for the 300 limited-edition units of the 2020 Superveloce 800 Serie Oro. The exclusive pre-production motorcycle, built around the F3 800 platform, costs a pretty penny at €27,990. Fortunately, not only is the Italian brand now working on the mass-market version of the Superveloce, MV Agusta also has plans to release more heritage-inspired motorcycles.

MV Agusta promises more retro bikes after the upcoming mass-market Superveloce image

"MV Agusta started with the Serie Oro to give priority to our top customers, but now we have started work on the production of a more accessible bike. We want to bring the bike to as many customers as we can and so want a bike that’s more accessible, with fewer features, but that will breathe the same DNA and design,” said Timur Sardarov, CEO of MV Agusta, in an interview with MCN.

MV Agusta promises more retro bikes after the upcoming mass-market Superveloce image

"We’d like to diversify our range and would like to bring more heritage to show that the company can create a retro-styled bike. The Superveloce is our first step towards that... It’s opened a whole segment of bikes that are inspired by MV’s heritage. We will not stop with the Superveloce only. There are some surprises coming."

MV Agusta promises more retro bikes after the upcoming mass-market Superveloce image

To make the mass-production Superveloce more affordable, MV Agusta will probably give the motorcycle a similar, vintage GP-inspired look — with less carbon fiber and a downgraded engine. Sardarov also confirmed a mass-market version of the limited-edition supernaked Brutale 1000 Serie Oro.