F4 1078 RR 312 - RR 1+1 312 MODEL YEAR 2010
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F4 RR 312:ART AND POWER IN 190 HP
With the ambition of one accustomed to winning and the self-confidence of a company with all the know-how in the world, MV Agusta have “crossed” their two latest creations, the F4 CC and the F4 R 312.They have made the ultimate cocktail of power and controlled aggression to once more unleash the beast also known as "the most beautiful motorcycle in the world".
They have added another “R” to the F4 and the superb R 312 that, flat out in sixth, has reached 312 kph (193.88 mph).The F4 R 312 performance can only to be eclipsed by the RR.There is only one objective for 2008 - improvement. An objective like this is by now customary for a company that already has 75 championship titles behind it (37 constructors and 38 riders) and success embedded in its soul past and present.This year’s challenge is that of putting a machine on the road that goes faster than a 747 at lift-off.
DESIGN: ITALIAN PRIDE
Design limitations for any product, and therefore any motorcycle, are dictated by varying parameters that include manufacturing processes and cost. MV can overcome such limitations. Its main aim has always been to create beauty and perfection. Beauty must never be forsaken in pursuit of something else. According to MV's way of thinking, this is the keystone around which a motorbike is built. Apart perhaps from a stroke of genius, fulfilling this philosophy calls more for design artists than for engineers. In Italy in general and, in MV in particular, just such a thing is possible. The F4 RR 312 is an example of this and adds to the pride the company has felt ever since the creation of the F4 that has been the most beautiful, long-lived and best-prepared “standard” sports bike ever made. Every line and every angle of the machine has been designed so as to create visual "special effects" involving all the senses with tailor made components, finishings, and games of light and shadow. The senses are further heightened by the new colour schemes on the F4 RR 312. These are based on pearl white base, anthracite black, blue and the traditional winning colours of silver/red. It is however attention to detail that makes a piece of machinery beautiful and, for this reason, MV has dedicated much time and effort to exactly that. New elements for 2008 include the new headlight unit and smoked screen from the F4 CC. Other aesthetic changes include decals and graphics not to mention changes made to the instrument panel, some of the plastic finishing components, the shock absorber spring that is now red instead of yellow and the tails of the four so-called "organ pipe" exhausts that are now stubbier and more sharply angled.
F4 1078 RR 312 is now available also in the 1+1 version where the passenger seat was obtained with the intention of maintaining unaltered the stylistical flow of the spectacular arrow type tailend.