MV Agusta has announced it will be producing a limited edition Dragster 800 RR in collaboration with TheArsenale, an online retailer that likes to describe itself as “The Most Insane Garage in the World”.
Like the latest version of the Dragster, the bike is powered by a 798cc, Euro4-compliant, three-cylinder engine that produces 138 bhp. It also gets a quickshifter and auto-blipper, as well as eight-way traction control and a slipper clutch.
Styling-wise, arguably the bike’s most standout feature is its black and orange livery scheme that brings out the “fiery character of the Dragster 800 RR and perfectly connects with TheArsenale’s concept of over-the-top excellence,” according to MV Agusta’s design team.
“We are excited about this new collaboration with TheArsenale. We were instantly seduced by their pioneering spirit and their extreme approach to luxury retail. Only the best, most exclusive models feature in their online virtual garage and our special TheArsenale edition Dragster 800 RR, a piece of pure motorcycle art, is now one of their brightest gems,” says MV Agusta boss, Ratmir Sardarov.
“A performance machine that carries the graphical look that we always envisioned our dream bike to be; this MV Agusta Dragster 800 RR x TheArsenale is the embodiment of our transportation dreams,” adds Patrice Meignan, CEO and founder of TheArsenale, which offers everything from jet planes to motorbikes, to accessories and luxury apparel.