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MV Agusta Teamed up with Zagato for the stunning F4Z Project

By Victor Baker


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MV Agusta F4Z

Two renowned Italian companies, MV Agusta and Zagato, have decided to join forces to create a ravishing two-wheel marvel, that was recently unveiled at the 2016 EICMA bike show in Milan. Based on the standard mechanics of the MV Agusta F4, this eye catching project is actually a one-off motorcycle, specially designed for a Japanese entrepreneur who collects Zagato cars and also exclusive Italian motorcycles.

Called the MV Agusta F4Z, the stunning bike before you features a custom bodywork imagined and engineered by the guys from Zagato, and built using only aluminum and carbon fiber. This custom MV Agusta bike uses only a limited number of large panels, a similar technique to the automotive world that sets apart collectibles from mass produced cars.

MV Agusta F4Z

The new, seducing bodywork includes re-engineered and adapted components, while the bespoke intake manifolds, a new fuel tank, battery, and a new exhaust system only seem to add to the exclusivity. Interested in keeping the project in line with the customer’s interests and lifestyle, Zagato’s design team came up with a 1980s inspired look, that’s minimalist and classic in the same time.

It’s a timeless design if you ask us, that’s almost retro-futuristic, backed-up by state of the art technologies and building techniques – the perfect blend. We’re quite sure most of you are already dreaming about a similar limited-edition series, and who knows? Maybe MV Agusta will make a similar version of this beauty that we could all purchase and enjoy.

MV Agusta F4Z

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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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