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MV Agusta looking forward to enter Indian market with Kinetic

MV Agusta looking forward to enter Indian market with Kinetic

Snapshot: MV Agusta is making future plans with Kinectic that will help introducing the ultra-premium Italian brand to the country

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Indian Superbike market is on revving high and even the most premium superbike manufacturing brands are entering the market now. Ducati made a comeback in India few days back and it is expected that MV Agusta will soon be here as well.  If Ducati is considered to be the Ferrari is of Bikes, then MV Agusta is the Buggati. Like we told you some days ago MV Agusta and Kinetic are working together to introduce MV Agusta the Italian super-premium motorcycle brand here in the country. The Italian-Indo partnership will help kinetic to retail MV Agusta’s ultra-premium product line-up in the country.

Kinetic and MV, both have worked in the past as well, Kinetic once built 125cc engine for MV’s sister company Cagiva. Apart from engine, Kinetic also designed and manufactured frame for Cagiva Mito 125.MV Agusta will introduce the line-up via the CBU route (Completely Built Unit) for the first and if results are good the company might follow CKD route (Completely Knocked Down) that will help MV to bring down the prices and compete more fiercely in the India superbike segment.With the line-up such as Stradale 800, Brutale 1090, the F3 675, the Rivale 800 and the Turismo Veloce 800, MV will take the Indian superbike market by storm.  

Source: AutoCar India

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