To grace the 25th anniversary of the F4 model. Andrea Tamburini is all set to bring MV Agusta Tamburini Corse F43 limited edition model.
Andrea is the son of the legendary Massimo Tamburini. With one of the critics calling him the “Michelangelo of motorbike design.”
The MV Agusta Tamburini Corse F43 is built on the new MV Agusta F4 platform and inspired by the style of Massimo Tamburini. One of the fathers of the legendary Cagiva and Ducati motorcycles.
The Tamburini Corse F43 will be offered in a limited run of only 25 units. It will have a race-inspired engine. A Aitanium Akrapovič exhaust system and an exclusive inlay feature Tamburini’s signature.
Italian motorcycle designer Massimo Tamburini, who passed away on April 6, 2014 (aged 70), was one of the greatest innovators in motorcycle design.
He spent most of his life in the saddle of a motorbike, whether travelling across the globe in search of new challenges or simply riding to work.
His passion for speed and performance stood him in good stead during his stint with Cagiva and Ducati – an association that saw him develop some of the most iconic motorcycles ever to grace our roads and race tracks.
Tamburini Corse F43
MV Agusta produced F4 until 2018, and in 2018 the company halted the production.
Of course, as a customer of a sports bike manufacturer, you’d expect MV Agusta to try and continue producing an Italian superbike. However, some may need to learn what this superbike is meant for.
It’s time to piece this together. With its minimalistic design, the radiator and headlight arrangement, and the four exhausts, the fuel tank is similar to those found on the MV F4. Furthermore, the frame part is taken from the F4 model itself.
As said, the new Tamburini model is believed to be highly based on the F4 version. Andrea Tamburini, a third-generation rider, has a bike that has a special relationship with his father.
As of now, there is no date for the launch.
via Andrea Tamburini