MV Agusta president, Giovanni Castiglioni, has disclosed part of the company's future plans during the launch of the new Brutale 800 in Spain.

MV Agusta president, Giovanni Castiglioni, has disclosed part of the company's future plans during the launch of the new Brutale 800 in Spain.

In early 2015 the Italian motorcycle manufacturer and Mercedes-Benz announced a new partnership that will be taken to a next level soon, as the German brand will start offering MV Agusta products through its European dealership network. A total of 127 centers across the continent will display motorcycles from the Italians.

What’s more, MV Agusta will put into limited production the F3 Solar Beam conceptual project that was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2015. The machine symbolizes the partnership between the two companies, featuring a Mercedes-AMG GT-inspired golden paint.

Last year Mercedes acquired a 25-percent stake in MV Agusta, but fans were promised future motorcycles of the brand will be developed entirely in Italy with no input from Daimler. Dieter Zatsche, CEO of the automotive corporation, also commented that the Germans have no interest in buying the controlling stake of the company or to become a motorcycle manufacturer.

For 2016 MV Agusta has plans to renew part of its lineup launching no less than six models, including three naked bikes and three sport machines.

Note: Mercedes-AMG GT-inspired MV Agusta F3 800 pictured.

Source: MV Agusta via BMW Blog

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