Motorcycles > MV Agusta F4Z Zagato
The MV Agusta F4Z Zagato is a one-of-a-kind superbike built specifically for a Japanese entrepreneur who also happens to be a collector of Zagato cars and Italian motorcycles. A Zagato designed Italian motorcycle is naturally at the intersection of those two expensive obsessions!
Zagato penned the F4Z and based it around MV Agusta's standard F4 chassis. However the extensive modifications to the motorcyle have meant that not only the bodywork is new, but also many parts had to be re-engineered, such as the fuel tank, intake manifolds, battery and exhaust, in order to fit within the confines of the new body.
The design of the bike has an striking combination of the new and the traditional. The front end of the MV Agusta F4Z Zagato has a single central headlight partially obscured by the overhanging front bodywork. Whereas the bolt-on small windscreen and tail section have an aftermarket, almost cafe racer look to them.
The styling of the MV Agusta F4Z Zagato was inspired by various influences, including the world of publishing (presumably comic books) and the fashion industry. The bodywork is formed from a combination of carbon fiber and aluminium.
The frame, which is the same as that in the F4, is a TIG-welded steel tubular trellis.
YEAR OF SPECIFICATIONS: 2016
ENGINE: 998 cc inline 4-cylinder
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