This is the 140bhp, 675cc, three-cylinder, €11,500 MV Agusta F3 that CEO Giovanni Castiglioni says will be, “the smallest supersport ever produced.” We unveiled the F3 last night and told you all about it, now we have 67 gorgeous high-res images for your perusal. This is every image that currently exists.
In addition to being lithe and almost impossibly good looking, the F3 brings two technological firsts to the supersport class: traction control, of which the benefits are obvious; and a counter-rotating crankshaft, which should cancel the majority of the engine’s vibrations. At 137bhp it’s already the second most powerful engine in the 600-ish class, behind the Ducati 848 Evo, but the 140bhp goal is almost ridiculous and would put this 675cc motor on par power wise with not only the 848, but also the 750cc inline-four of the original MV Agusta F4. If all that’s not enough, MV is also claiming that this motor is the most compact, short and narrow supersport engine too.
Once you’re done here, head on over to our EICMA tag page where you’ll find other new motorcycles debuting at the Milan show this week like the 2011 KTM RC8 R and Ducati Diavel.