MV Agusta Reacquires Shares held by Mercedes-AMG

  • Published By: Droom
  • 20 December 2017

The company will introduce a new car in 2018.

MV Holding, owned by Giovanni Castiglioni and the Sardarov family, has now taken back 25 percent of MV Agusta Motor shares, which were held by Mercedes-AMG until now. The company is currently working on increasing investment, and is working on an all-new four-cylinder platform. MV Agusta will take the wraps off a new car in 2018.

The company has now completed an intensive restructuring process, both financially and strategically. With competition from Ducati, Yamaha, Honda and the likes, the company needs to up its game to stay alive. The new four-cylinder platform will use tech from its racing learnings in WSBK.

MV has used its three-cylinder platform on multiple body types, including a naked, a supersport, an adventure tourer, so you can most probably see similar versions of the new bike. The first of these bikes will go on sale in 2018.

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