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Incredible New MV Agusta Zagato Unveiled

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Posted on 01 Sep 2016

The MV Agusta F4Z (Image Source - twitter.com/mvagustamotor)

The MV Agusta F4Z


Italian designer Zagato have unveiled their latest one off project, the MV Agusta F4Z. It has been built specifically for a Japanese collector with a yen for sought after Zagato cars. This incredible carbon fibre and aluminium dream motorcycle came from an original concept that designed with its new owner in mind. Created for a wealthy independent client, a young businessman in the high level fashion and PR industry, the fairings of this special edition, one off MV Agusta were moulded to express his fast-paced life, and love for a sleek aesthetic.


An aggressive machine underneath, the F4Z is a force to be reckoned with, and is modeled on the fastest and most powerful bike in the current Agusta range, the F4RR.


Sadly it is a one off custom bike so there are no plans for mass production for the market. The anonymous customer wanted the F4Z to look unique. Many parts were redesigned and were specifically made in full carbon fibre and aluminium, such as the intake manifolds, fuel tank, battery and the exhaust system. A gorgeous machine.


The press release stated:

Ministry Of Bikes - The design team of the Zagato Atelier had to tackle the challenge of creating a bike that would interpret the lifestyle of the customer, a young Japanese businessman, president of a holding with interests in the fashion and publishing sectors.  The starting point was the notion that a motorbike expresses its owner’s lifestyle a lot more than a car. Therefore, it was essential to know and understand the character, passions and wishes of the person to whom the bike was destined.  the collector or investor who turns to the Zagato Atelier requesting an exclusive piece is certainly someone with a strong passion. The love for bikes of the client dates back to the Eighties, when he bought his first motorcycle and started to customise it with his own hands.  It was his visceral passion that stimulated the designers’ creativity. He didn’t want anything modern, fashionable, but something that could instead keep its value and appeal. What he wanted was a motorbike that wasn’t comparable to any other, that was classic, but always up to date and with a timeless design.