Last year I gave the “World’s sexiest sport bike” honors to the Ducati 848 EVO, I think the EVO gets good competition for that title from the 2012 MV Agusta F4 RR. Not only is the F4 RR “hella sexy”, it also comes with a lot of power to back those good looks (kind of like the saying, not only is it beautiful on the outside, it’s also beautiful on the inside).
The MV Agusta F4 RR is powered by a 4 cylinder 1000 cc engine that produces a massive 201 horsepower at 13,400 rpm, which according to the Italian manufacturer, is the world’s most powerful production superbike. This much power can get you into a lot of trouble and put a smile on your face and give you that warm fuzzy feeling that will last well into the cold winter months.
The 2012 F4 RR features some of the most cutting edge technologies and according to MV Agusta; this is the most sophisticated motorcycle one can buy right now. The bike features newly redesigned heads with larger titanium intakes and exhaust valves, a newly designed 4-2-1-4 exhaust system, a close ratio 6-speed sequential transmission, Ohlins suspension parts, Brembo callipers with Brembo radial master cylinders, single-sided swing arm, and forged aluminum wheels.
Even with the use of lightweight parts, the MV Agusta F4 RR is surprisingly heavy with a dry weight of 423 pounds. Prices and availability have not yet been announced. Via: MV Agusta