MV Agusta F1 300 Junior. Small Brutale Bike Design by Oberdan Bezzi

Obiboi is the pseudonym Oberdan Bezzi uses when he creates motorcycle sketches. He is a motorcycle designer and this MV Agusta F1 300 Junior is one of his latest projects. The motorcycle in the picture is the designer's vision of the future 350cc MV Agusta motorcycles.

 

MV AGUSTA  F 1 300 JUNIOR

Back in January 2020, MV Agusta President Timur Sardarov announced the brand’s future plans which included the sales target to reach 25,000 units sold within the next five years and in the same time launch an adventure bike, 350cc, 950cc naked and touring models. Moreover, MV Agusta made a partnership with the Chinese firm Loncin to develop these 350cc naked and touring bikes.

For us, the 350 market is very important: today, except for the KTM Duke, this segment offers nothing exciting, only cost savings. We want to produce beautiful motorcycles, designed and engineered by MV but produced in Asia.

We don’t become Chinese, there are no Chinese shareholders. They are the only suppliers. Loncin is the same who makes numerous engines for BMW and their 400 scooters, among the best in the segment. We have full control of the supply chain: we are the ones who indicate which companies to use. We will make a 350 twin-cylinder with the same philosophy as all our engines. In short, a small MV in naked, tourer…,” said Sardarov back in January.

And this brings us to this motorcycle design rendering dubbed MV Agusta F1 300 Junior. It looks like the Italian brand wants to expand its motorcycle range and bring new customers. So, a small displacement MV Agusta Brutale naked bike could be a perfect solution for a young clientele. 

There is no official news from MV Agusta regarding if the production bike will look similar to this motorcycle design rendering from Oberdan Bezzi, but at the moment this is as close as we can get to imagine a small displacement MV Agusta Brutale.

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