Italian motorcycle manufacturer, MV Agusta, is at again with special editions. This time, collaborating with French sports car manufacturer, Alpine, to develop a limited-edition, 110 units-only Superveloce Alpine. Quite coincidentally, it comes just after the Lamborghini x Ducati collab.
According to MV Agusta and Alpine, their common interest and passion for breathtaking design and beautifully engineered products led to the creation of the new Superveloce Alpine – which is inspired by the Alpine A110 sports car. As a tribute to the model, the A110, only 110 examples will be made.
This limited-edition Superveloce Alpine will be powered by MV Agusta’s signature inline 3-cylinder engine, producing 149 Ps at 13,000 rpm, and can reach a top speed of over 240 kilometers per hour.
The new Superveloce Alpine also comes with a host of dedicated accessories. The graphic design, the detailing, and the accessories will bear the unmistakable mark of Alpine. Just like the sports car icon, the Superveloce Alpine is touted to deliver premium performance yet remaining agile and easy to ride.
“Many Alpine customers are also big MV Agusta fans, and vice-versa. The Superveloce Alpine will ideally bring the two worlds together, with incredible synergies in terms of design, personality and style. We look forward to this collaboration with one of the most admired brands in the history of motorsport, and are confident that this new, superb limited edition will be met with enthusiasm by bikers and motorsport fans around the world,” says MV Agusta CEO, Timur Sardarov.
The Renault Alpine A110 is a modern remake of the popular 1969 Alpine A110, which dominated the 1971 Monte Carlo rally and went on to win the World Rally Championship in 1973.
Would you buy one?
Limited-edition motorcycles like these don't usually land on our shores, however MV Agusta Philippines has gladly brought in and offered special editions like the Lewis Hamilton Edition Brutale and F4 in the past.
According to MV Agusta, the Superveloce Alpine will retail for €36,300 or roughly ₱2.116M (plus duties and taxes, of course). It's very likely Pinoy customers will be given the opportunity to get one. MV Agusta PH will announce the official price soon.
Would you buy one even if the matching Renault Alpine A110 isn't sold here?