MV Agusta Limited-Edition: The limited edition LXP Orioli Adventure Tourer has been introduced by MV Agusta at the ongoing EICMA show in Milan, Italy. 500 units of this special edition will be sold by MV Agusta. There is no information available on when it will launch. However, analysts predict that it can be released by the end of 2025.
MV Agusta Limited-Edition Adventure Tourer
One of the most well-known cars to participate in the Dakar Rally is this one. Furthermore, MV Agusta commemorated Eddie Orioli, a legendary rally driver from the 1990s, on the bike’s nameplate. Additionally, each motorcycle’s engine tank section bears their trademark. The Himalayan 450 will not be the only motorcycle in the Adventure Tourer market to have a more potent engine.
MV Agusta Limited-Edition Design
The front and rear of the MV Agusta now have full LED lighting setups with DRL and controlled LED handlebars to give it a trendy appearance. Additionally, it has styling cues including a split style sheet, a tall wind visor, and a large, muscular fuel tank.
MV Agusta Limited-Edition Features
|– 7-inch fully digital TFT display
|– Bluetooth connectivity – Smartphone connectivity
|– Call alerts
– SMS alerts
– Email notifications
|– Provides Mobisat geolocation
– Anti-theft features
– Navigation system
|– Four modes: City, Touring, Off-road, Custom All-Terrain
|– 931cc DOHC liquid-cooled motor
– 122bhp at 10,000 rpm
– Peak torque of 102Nm at 7,000 rpm
|– Front: 48mm truss frame, inverted forks
– Rear: Link-actuated gas-charged shock absorber
|– Front: 320mm Brembo Stylema four-piston caliper disc brake
– Rear: 265mm single-disc brake
|– Dual-channel ABS
– Anti-lock braking system
Modern technologies including Bluetooth, smartphone connectivity, call, SMS, and email alerts, as well as a 7-inch fully digital TFT display, have been added to the MV Agusta’s feature list. In addition, this bike incorporates the Mobisat geolocation anti-theft and navigation system via the riding app.
Additional features include a raincoat, five traction control settings (two for off-road use, two for on-road use), and four distinct riding modes (urban, touring, off-road, and bespoke all-terrain). Arrive at the spot.
MV Agusta Limited-Edition Engine
Concerning the MV Agusta’s engine, a 931cc DOHC liquid-cooled motor has been employed. This offers strong power for adventures. It produces a peak torque of 102 nm at 7,000 rpm and 122 horsepower at 10,000 rpm.
MV Agusta Limited-Edition Suspension and brakes
The MV Agusta Adventure Tourer has a 48mm trellis frame with suspended upside-down forks up front and a link-actuated gas-charged rear shock absorber down back, all designed with the suspension function in mind. It is equipped with a single disc brake with 265mm two-piston callipers at the back and a 320mm Brembo Stylema four-piston calliper disc brake at the front wheels to handle braking tasks. Additionally, it probably has anti-lock brakes, twin channel ABS, five levels of ride-by-wire traction control, a six-axis inertial measurement unit (IMU), and traction control.