A Special MV AGUSTA DRAGSTER 800 RR for THEARSENALE

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Based on the Dragster 800 RR, a true street fighter for the most exclusive online garage

Varese, February 4, 2020 — MV Agusta will be producing a limited edition Dragster 800 RR entirely dedicated to TheArsenale, one of the world’s most exclusive online retail concepts. TheArsenale’s unique offer ranges from jet planes to motorbikes, to accessories and luxury apparel.

MV designers concentrated on specific areas of the bike and on the livery to visually align with TheArsenale’s strong identity. The black and orange details create a contrasting colour scheme that brings out all the irreverent, fiery character of the Dragster 800 RR and perfectly connects with TheArsenale’s concept of over-the-top excellence.

The same uncompromising technical specifications of the 800 RR production model were maintained for the TheArsenale edition, which features MV Agusta’s classic inline-3-cylinder 798 cc engine developing 140 HP and a top speed of nearly 250 km/h. The TheArsenale model also features the MVICS full Ride by Wire system, as well as traction control adjustable on 8 levels and an electronic up&down gearbox mated to the hydraulic slipper clutch.

Ratmir Sardarov, Director of MV Agusta Motor S.p.A., commented: “We are excited about this new collaboration with TheArsenale. We were instantly seduced by their pioneering spirit and their extreme approach to luxury retail. Only the best, most exclusive models feature in their online virtual garage and our special TheArsenale edition Dragster 800 RR, a piece of pure motorcycle art, is now one of their brightest gems.”

“We were proud to be working on such a project with an incredible brand and our joint efforts got paid off when we saw the bike in flesh” said Patrice Meignan, CEO and founder of TheArsenale, ”a performance machine that carries the graphical look that we always envisioned our dream bike to be; this MV Agusta Dragster 800 RR x TheArsenale is the embodiment of our transportation dreams.”

For more info: https://thearsenale.com/products/dragster-800-rr-x-thearsenale

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