Italian Motorcycle Brand MV Agusta Unveils 2021 Turismo Veloce


MV Agusta Turismo Veloce is unveiled by the Italian motorcycle brand MV Agusta. The Turismo Veloce touring range includes several variants like the Lusso, Lusso SCS, Rosso and RC SCS. The Smart Clutch System of MV Agusta will also be featured by the SCS model range. The new Smart Clutch System is a wet multi-disc automatic clutch with hydraulic actuation. Developed with Rekluse, SCS eliminates the need to engage the clutch lever.

MV Agusta has updated the aerodynamics and ergonomics to ensure better touring comfort. The motorcycle’s seat height has been lowered from 830mm to 830 mm for more reach. It also has a 75mm taller and 38mm wider adjustable windscreen as compared to the outgoing model.

The 2021 MV Agusta Turismo Veloce meets the latest Euro 5 emission regulations and has got an updated engine internals with better ergonomics and aerodynamics. All the variants are powered by a similar 798cc, 3-cylinder engine, which produces a maximum power of 109bhp at 10,150 rpm and a peak torque of 80 Nm at 7,100 rpm.

The introduction of the intake valves has increased its torque boost to 12% from 3,000 to 6,000 rpm. To make the motorcycle less revvy, MV Agusta has reduced fuel consumption. Friction-reducing materials like new tappets with a DLC coating, new sintered valve guides, and new main bearings are used all over the body. The company claims that this will reduce overall vibrations drastically and enhance the riding experience.


2021 MV Agusta Turismo Veloce will feature updated semi-active Sachs suspension with revised settings on all the Turismo Veloce variants, excluding the cheaper Rosso variant. The Rosso variant will get a Sachs shock and 43 mm Marzocchi forks that can be manually adjusted. The rider can also pair the MV Ride app with the satellite navigation featured in the 5.5-inch TFT dash. The motorcycle comes with an updated electronics package that has a new ECU with better throttle response and a fresh inertial measurement unit (IMU) powering the lean-sensitive traction control and ABS.

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