2021 MV Agusta F3 800 goes 'Rosso' Red

By sep, 28 May 2021

MV Agusta has finally included its F3 800 into the 'Rosso' line and we have to say, it looks banging. The middleweight supersport has been considerably updated for 2021, which comes with a host of enhancements and upgrades in terms of usability, performance, and of course, how sexy it looks on the outside.

Like other Rosso models, the new 2021 MV Agusta F3 800 Rosso comes with the very dominant 'Ago Red' colour scheme paired with blacked-out internals for a truly 'aggressive visual impact'. The red is meant to stand out, which is why the rest of the bike like the engine covers, frame, and even wheels went with the contrasting black scheme.

To ensure that the new F3 800 can cater to a wider audience, MV Agusta relooked into how the bike delivers vital feedback to the rider. That's why they've redesigned its frame plates and swingarm connection areas to increase the new F3's overall chassis stiffness. Together with a new twin-flow oil radiator, the F3 Rosso now offers increased comfort, stability, agility, as well as safety.

Hiding behind all the outer body panels is a revised 798cc triple-cylinder engine that produces 147hp at 13,000rpm and 88Nm of torque at 10,100rpm. A lot more work went into making this new Euro5-compliant low-friction unit, which includes new internal parts like new bearings for the crankshaft and piston rods, high-pressure injectors, updated DLC-coated tappets, redesigned exhaust, and more. That exhaust, though. Top speed? 240km/h.

2021 mv agusta f3 rosso
2021 mv agusta f3 rosso

Knowing MV Agusta, electronics can never be left alone, which is why the F3 Rosso comes with a host of new features that include:

  • Continental ABS with Cornering function
  • IMU inertial platform developed by e-Novia
  • 5.5-inch TFT dashboard
  • Handlebar controls with Launch Control
  • Quick-Shift EAS 3.0 electronic gear sensor
  • Engine management algorithms + many more

Other specs available on the 2021 MV Agusta F3 Rosso are 17-inch aluminium alloy wheels (120/70 front, 180/55 rear), Brembo brakes (twin 320mm front discs with radial four-piston monoblocs + single 220mm single disc with a two-piston calliper), fully-adjustable Marzocchi USD 43mm telescopic front forks, progressive Sachs single rear shock absorber (also fully-adjustable), 16.5-litre fuel tank, 173kg dry weight, plus more.

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