After surrendering a 25% stake in their company to Mercedes-Benz, MV Agusta have now teamed up with Italian design house Zagato to build a new motorcycle concept.
Set to be revealed on September 4th, this sleek and futuristic-looking bike was previously teased at the end of last month when MV Agusta released an image partially depicting the concept’s front end.
Now, the video is even more revealing, and strangely so, the silhouette is visibly different than the one presented in the original image.
Gone is the long, continuous windscreen, as now we can clearly see a smaller one sitting atop the handle bar section. To be fair, it’s hard to tell if the bike in this video truly is different from the one they teased last month, since that windscreen might simply be able to slide downwards, creating the continuous visual effect we were expecting to see.
Also, the tail section is a lot shorter than that on the F3 or the F4 sports bikes, perhaps more similar in a way to what we see on the Brutale and the Brutale Dragster.
Luckily for motorcycle fans, they only have a few weeks left until the concept’s full reveal.