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Mercedes-AMG and MV Agusta showcase one-off F3 800 at Frankfurt

MV Agusta F3 800 inspired by Mercedes-AMG GT S

Mercedes-AMG has 25% stake in MV Agusta. The entities will explore synergies in global sales and marketing.

Highlighting their close partnership, Mercedes-AMG and MV Agusta has showcased a jointly created one-off F3 800 sportsbike which is inspired by the AMG-GT S. The spectacular MV Agusta F3 800 concept is being showcased alongside the German sportscar at the ongoing Frankfurt Motor Show 2015.

The joint creation is merely a cosmetic exercise and there are no AMG-inspired performance tweaks to the fully faired Italian sportsbike. The F3 800 is finished in the Solarbeam yellow paint job which is derived from the AMG-GT S’ color palette. The yellow is contrasted by black accents on the fairing and fuel tank, and black finished alloy wheels. The matching yellow rim tapes further heighten the motorcycle’s appeal.

The show bike carries prominent AMG and MV Agusta branding. Despite the extensive superficial customization, the bike remains mechanically identical to the stock model.

MV Agusta F3 800 inspired by Mercedes-AMG GT S engine

Mercedes and MV Agusta has not talked about production prospects of the customized F3 800.

The F3 800 is powered by a 798 cc in-line three-cylinder liquid-cooled engine which puts out a healthy 148 PS and 88 Nm of torque. Mated to a 6-speed transmission, the sportsbike is capable of reaching a top speed of 269 kmph.

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Mercedes-AMG acquired 25% stake in MV Agusta last year for an undisclosed amount. The two high-performance brands will have a long term co-operation in the areas of sales and marketing. In future, we could also see the two wheeler brand benefiting from Mercedes-AMG’s technical prowess or vice versa.

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