MV Agusta Are Developing A New Four Cylinder Engine

2015 MV Agusta F4 RC Rear End and Seat1

Hot off the back of the new Panigale V4, MV Agusta are turning their sights to a four cylinder platform.

The news comes off the back of the brand buying out Mercedes AMG’s 25% stake in the company, returning 100% ownership to MV Holding, a firm jointly owned by Giovanni Castiglioni and the Russian Sardarov family.

Rather than the tweaking for Euro4, MV are building a brand new four cylinder engine, which we can likely expect to see in an F4 superbike, not to mention a naked Brutale, and a large-capacity Dragster RR of some description.

Then there's scaled up versions of the Turismo Veloce sports-tourer and the Rivale to consider.

Saying that, with MV’s limited development resources, the bikes will probably take a while to come through, but bets are on the F4 superbike being the first to drop.

Which model are you most excited to see with a new four cylinder engine?