MV Agusta fans assemble for the Tamburini Corse F43. There’s no denying the fact that, MV Agusta has one of the most attractive-looking ranges of motorcycles out there. The two-wheeler maker has been often credited for making some of the most beautiful motorcycles in the world. Major credit for that goes to its late artist and designer Massimo Tamburini. Now, his son Andrea Tamburini is taking the legacy forward as apparent from the Tamburini Corse F43.
What Is The MV Agusta Tamburini Corse F43?
With this motorcycle, MV Agusta is paying tribute to Massimo. At the same time, it is also celebrating the 25th anniversary of one of his creations, the legendary MV Agusta F4. Hence, we find some visual similarities between the F4 and the new F43. In fact, the latter boasts nearly the same silhouette with some updated elements like a chopped windscreen, a fairing sans many cuts and scoops, and a busier tail section. Nevertheless, the main essence of the original F4 remains the same. The motorcycle appears in motion even when standing, and it still has been retained.
As Exclusive As it Gets
To add to the exclusivity, only 25 units of the motorcycle will make it onto the roads. The motorcycle is available in five colour options. These are, namely, F43 Tamburini, F43 Veltro, F43 Serie Oro, F43 Mamba and F43 Viper. As for the mechanical specifications, the official details are not yet out. However, the presence of a quad exhaust setup suggests that it will get the same four-cylinder engine as the F4. Also, the frame braces on the Tamburini edition look pretty much identical to those on the F4. The limited-run MV Agusta Tamburini Corse F43 might use a 998cc, liquid-cooled, 16-valve, inline-four engine. Meanwhile, for the gearbox we believe, the motorcycle could use a 6-speed gearbox.
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