MV Agusta F4 RC Launched In India At Rs 50.35 Lakh

One of world’s most premium superbike producers, MV Agusta, has declared the dispatch of its selective F4 FC race copy in India. India gets just a single of the 250 units created of this constrained version bike, with a sticker price of Rs 50.35* lakh (ex-showroom).

Along these lines, the quick authority’s purchase has now turned into the fifth most costly cruiser discounted in the nation.

Two or three months prior, the organization propelled the MV Agusta F3 RC constrained release in the nation, designating 9 units from its comparable restricted creation number of 250 units around the world. “RC” remaining for ‘Reparto Corse,’ both the bikes gets a uniform propelled by the organization’s World SuperBike Championship (WSBK) dashing group’s bike, making them restrictive race imitations.

Returning to the recently propelled MV Agusta F4 RC, the bike depends on the leader F4 RR display. Be that as it may, the race reproduction gets even predominant race-spec gear for the ideal race bike understanding. Controlling the bike is the same 998cc, inline-four engine that powers all the F4 models, however tuned for the most ideal execution.

In the RC release, the motor pumps out 205PS of most extreme power that can be further supported to 215PS utilizing the extra dashing pack. The bike likewise gets the 2.0 EAS (Electronically Assisted Shift) Quick Shift as a component of standard gear.

Without a doubt, the MV Agusta F4 is a standout amongst the most flawlessly outlined cruisers on this planet and the F4 RC looks significantly all the more enticing with the WSBK-propelled paint conspire. The bike gets a top of the line Ohlins suspension set-up with full electronic control, and braking obligations are taken care of by superior Brembo units. Dumping the M-50 calipers of the RR variant, the RC trim gets Brembo GP 4-cylinder spiral calipers on both the 320mm plates at the front. Also, the organization gives Bosch ABS 9 Plus with RaceMode, which uses a RLM (Rear wheel Lift-up Mitigation) framework to forestall raise wheel lift under overwhelming braking.