2020 MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800 Lusso
2020 MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800 Lusso

Specs

General Information

Manufacturer
MV Agusta
MV Agusta
Model Year
2020
2020
Model
Turismo Veloce 800 Lusso
Turismo Veloce 800 Lusso
Model Code
TMVELOCE800LUSSO
TMVELOCE800LUSSO
Color
Pearl White / Dark Metallic Opaque Grey
Pearl White / Dark Metallic Opaque Grey

Brakes/Wheels/Tires

Brakes

Front - Double floating disc with Ø 12.6 in. (Ø 320 mm) diameter, with steel braking disc and flange

Front caliper - Brembo radial-type, with 4 pistons Ø 1.26 in. (Ø 32 mm)

Rear - Single steel disc with Ø 8.66 in. (Ø 220 mm) diameter

Rear caliper - Brembo with 2 pistons - Ø 1.34 in. (Ø 34 mm)

ABS system - Bosch 9 Plus with RLM (Rear wheel Lift-up Mitigation)

Front - Double floating disc with Ø 12.6 in. (Ø 320 mm) diameter, with steel braking disc and flange

Front caliper - Brembo radial-type, with 4 pistons Ø 1.26 in. (Ø 32 mm)

Rear - Single steel disc with Ø 8.66 in. (Ø 220 mm) diameter

Rear caliper - Brembo with 2 pistons - Ø 1.34 in. (Ø 34 mm)

ABS system - Bosch 9 Plus with RLM (Rear wheel Lift-up Mitigation)

Wheels

Front - Aluminum alloy 3.50 x 17 in.

Rear - Aluminum alloy 6.00 x 17 in.

Front - Aluminum alloy 3.50 x 17 in.

Rear - Aluminum alloy 6.00 x 17 in.

Tires

Front - 120 / 70 - ZR 17 M / C (58 W)

Rear - 190 / 55 - ZR 17 M / C (75 W)

Front - 120 / 70 - ZR 17 M / C (58 W)

Rear - 190 / 55 - ZR 17 M / C (75 W)

Dimensions

Length
Overall - 83.66 in. (2,125 mm)
Overall - 83.66 in. (2,125 mm)
Width
Overall - 35.83 in. (910 mm)
Overall - 35.83 in. (910 mm)
Weight
Dry - 423.2 lb. (192 kg)
Dry - 423.2 lb. (192 kg)
Ground Clearance
Min. - 5.51 in. (140 mm)
Min. - 5.51 in. (140 mm)
Wheelbase
56.89 in. (1,445 mm)
56.89 in. (1,445 mm)
Seat Height
33.46 in. (850 mm)
33.46 in. (850 mm)

Drivetrain

Transmission
Cassette style; six speed, constant mesh
Cassette style; six speed, constant mesh
Primary Drive
22 / 41
22 / 41
Final Drive
Ratio - 16 / 41
Ratio - 16 / 41

Electrical

Battery
12V - 11Ah
12V - 11Ah
Alternator
450W @ 5,000 rpm
450W @ 5,000 rpm
Advanced Electronics
MV EAS 2.0 (Electronically Assisted Shift Up & Down), Traction Control with eight levels of intervention with lean angle sensor
MV EAS 2.0 (Electronically Assisted Shift Up & Down), Traction Control with eight levels of intervention with lean angle sensor
Voltage
12V
12V

Engine

Engine
4 stroke, 12 valve; DOHC with mechanical chain tensioner
4 stroke, 12 valve; DOHC with mechanical chain tensioner
Cooling
Separated liquid and oil radiators
Separated liquid and oil radiators
Cylinders
3
3
Horsepower
Max. (@ the crankshaft) - 110 hp (81 kW) @ 10,150 rpm
Max. (@ the crankshaft) - 110 hp (81 kW) @ 10,150 rpm
Displacement
798 cc (48.7 ci)
798 cc (48.7 ci)
Bore x Stroke
3.1 x 2.1 in. (79 x 54.3 mm)
3.1 x 2.1 in. (79 x 54.3 mm)
Torque
Max. - 59 ft. lb. (80 Nm) @ 7,100 rpm
Max. - 59 ft. lb. (80 Nm) @ 7,100 rpm
Compression Ratio
12.2:1
12.2:1
Gear Ratio

1st Gear - 13 / 37

2nd Gear - 16 / 35

3rd Gear - 18 / 32

4th Gear - 20 / 30

5th Gear - 22 / 29

6th Gear - 21 / 25

1st Gear - 13 / 37

2nd Gear - 16 / 35

3rd Gear - 18 / 32

4th Gear - 20 / 30

5th Gear - 22 / 29

6th Gear - 21 / 25

Clutch
Hydraulic clutch, wet multi-disc with slipper clutch
Hydraulic clutch, wet multi-disc with slipper clutch
Fuel System
Injection system MVICS 2.0 (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System) with three injectors. Engine control unit Eldor EM2.0, throttle body full ride by wire Mikuni, pencil-coil with ion-sensing technology, control of detonation and misfire Torque control with four maps
Injection system MVICS 2.0 (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System) with three injectors. Engine control unit Eldor EM2.0, throttle body full ride by wire Mikuni, pencil-coil with ion-sensing technology, control of detonation and misfire Torque control with four maps
Emissions

Environmental standard - Euro 4

Combined fuel consumption - 5.8 l / 100 km

Co2 - 129 g / km

Environmental standard - Euro 4

Combined fuel consumption - 5.8 l / 100 km

Co2 - 129 g / km

Ignition
Integrated
Integrated
Starting
Electric
Electric
Fuel Capacity
U.S. - 5.68 gal. (21.5 l)
U.S. - 5.68 gal. (21.5 l)

Operational

Frame

Type - ALS steel tubular trellis (MAG welded)

Rear swing arm pivot plates material - Aluminium alloy

Type - ALS steel tubular trellis (MAG welded)

Rear swing arm pivot plates material - Aluminium alloy

Front Suspension

Sachs “UPSIDE DOWN” semi-active telescopic hydraulic fork MVCSC (MV Agusta Chassis Stability Control)

Fork diameter - 1.69 in. (43 mm)

Fork travel - 6.30 in. (160 mm)

Sachs “UPSIDE DOWN” semi-active telescopic hydraulic fork MVCSC (MV Agusta Chassis Stability Control)

Fork diameter - 1.69 in. (43 mm)

Fork travel - 6.30 in. (160 mm)

Rear Suspension

Progressive Sachs, semi-active single shock absorber with hydraulic spring preload adjustment MVCSC (MV Agusta Chassis Stability Control)

Single sided swing arm material - Aluminium alloy

Wheel travel - 6.50 in. (165 mm)

Progressive Sachs, semi-active single shock absorber with hydraulic spring preload adjustment MVCSC (MV Agusta Chassis Stability Control)

Single sided swing arm material - Aluminium alloy

Wheel travel - 6.50 in. (165 mm)

Trail
4.25 in. (108 mm)
4.25 in. (108 mm)
Maximum Speed
143 mph (230 km/h)
143 mph (230 km/h)

Other

Additional Colors

Fire Red / Dark Metallic Opaque Grey

Pearl White / Dark Metallic Opaque Grey

Fire Red / Dark Metallic Opaque Grey

Pearl White / Dark Metallic Opaque Grey

Includes
Original equipment - Immobilizer, Heated Grips, Bluetooth, Cruise control, Integrated GPS sensor, Central stand, Adjustable windshield, Bags (30 l - 7.92 U.S. gal. each)
Original equipment - Immobilizer, Heated Grips, Bluetooth, Cruise control, Integrated GPS sensor, Central stand, Adjustable windshield, Bags (30 l - 7.92 U.S. gal. each)

Features

Features

  • DESIGN: The Turismo Veloce stands out immediately as an MV Agusta, despite the fact that it expresses a stylistic concept which is uncommon for the brand from Schiranna. The overall compact sensation provided by the size of the three-cylinder engine, further reduced by the hydraulic clutch control, is expressed in extremely well balanced volumes on the two axles, even with the side panniers mounted. This accessory was actually the cornerstone of the Turismo Veloce's overall design on which a slim, sleek and exclusive bike was built, but also functional and innovative. With a 30 liter capacity each, they integrate perfectly and smoothly with the bike thanks to a special saddle mounting frame on the two sides with built-in passenger hand grips. Besides the aesthetics, these side panniers (color coded to match the body) have a regular volume that accommodates a flip up helmet and they have two indentations where the legs can rest comfortable. Even the fuel tank, particularly narrow in the area that comes into contact with the knees, demonstrates an evolution both in terms of style and capacity (22 liters), conveying a general feeling of three dimensionality also emphasized by the design of the Full LED light clusters and the new three-muffler exhaust layout, which are now quadrangular. The semi-fairing, with a clean and tidy design, joins the tank to the top fairing which has an adjustable windshield (up to 60 mm). Inside it space for two glove-boxes was found which snap closed, whereas the hand guards have built-in turn indicators. The two saddle portions are particularly refined and comfortable, with the passenger seating area perforated and sporting exposed stitching. The lightweight alloy wheels are also brand new and the rear has a 6 in. channel.
  • FRAME AND SUSPENSION: The frame is unmistakably MV Agusta - steel tubing at the front set off by aluminum alloy side plates - redesigned to meet the specific requirements of the Turismo Veloce. As a result, it is wider in the middle section and features special plates designed to act as an anchor for the center stand. The Turismo Veloce makes good use of the rider and passenger saddle support as well as the saddle bags thanks to a lightweight aluminum alloy support system. The suspension system has been developed to ensure maximum comfort when touring and dynamic performance in sports use. On the Turismo Veloce Lusso, the MVCSC 2.0 system, employing Sachs front forks and rear shock absorber, features a sophisticated electronic control system which provides the best possible response to all specific riding conditions by continuously monitoring and changing the hydraulic settings. The ECU includes the inertial platform which supplies vital parameter readings key to the continuous suspension setting changes and employs the Skyhook algorithm. This algorithm was specifically developed by MV Agusta. The system acts on the hydraulic compression and rebound readings when the bike is in motion.
  • ENGINE AND ELECTRONICS: The performance of a heavyweight and the weight of a medium size engine, this is the magic of the 800 cc in line three cylinder engine. In the configuration developed for the Turismo Veloce these parameters shifted from the search for maximum power to the search for the most evenly distributed power curve possible, increasing the maximum torque value 20% compared to the sportier versions, obtaining 2100 rpm less. All this thanks to redesigned and appropriately phased driven cam profiles, a new piston, new dedicated intake and exhaust systems and dedicated mapping strategies developed specifically for this bike, all enhanced by the three cylinder split which, as we all know, theorises the ideal engine with bar setting low and medium speeds, accompanied by a thrilling peak speed. This three-cylinder engine has many characteristics which make it a milestone for MV in terms of the technology applied to a standard production bike. The oil and water cooling systems have been built into the engine casting and this is the particular feature of the three-cylinder engine that gives it such an exceptional aesthetic impact and which allows it to blend in perfectly with the flowing lines of the Turismo Veloce. Under the cast and forged aluminum surfaces lies a counter-rotating crankshaft derived directly from MotoGP. This was introduced as standard on the F3 675 and characterizes the MV Agusta three-cylinder engine, not to mention the considerable impact it has on riding dynamics by significantly deceasing the effects of inertia when the bike changes direction. The precise application of fluid dynamic and thermodynamic principles, along with advanced electronic engine management systems have permitted specific fuel mapping settings to be designed which ideally suit both Touring and Sport riding modes on the new Turismo Veloce. Among the new features are the hydraulic timing chain tensioner, common to all the MY2015 three-cylinder engines as well as, like on the Stradale, the hydraulically controlled clutch. However, unlike the Stradale, the Turismo Veloce also boasts the mechanical slipper clutch. All of these evolutions allowed service intervals to be increased, now going from 6000 to 15000 km. Spark plug changes and valve adjustment has even gone to 30000 km. Both the battery and the alternator are more powerful, going from 350 to 450W. The exhaust system is also brand new, with a 400 cell catalytic converter. The reference platform is the new second generation MVICS 2.0 (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System) which lets the rider customize mapping with versatility being its strongest point. There are three preset mapping options. The Turismo option offers fuel mapping specifically designed for touring and limits power output to 90 HP. The Sport setting increases power to the maximum output of 110 HP whereas the Rain option (80 HP) is for riding safely in poor grip conditions and the Traction Control is automatically set to the maximum level. The fourth option, Custom, is also available so that the rider can select various parameters in order to create the best possible set-up for his or her own personal desires. Some of the parameters that can be customized are the engine torque curve in-line with power output (two levels), rev limiter cut-in point (Hard or Soft), throttle sensitivity (three levels), engine braking (two levels), engine response (two levels) and of course the traction control (eight levels). Some of the new features include the handlebar controls, characterized by an even more user-friendly logic which allows them to be used on the fly, without distracting the rider's attention from the road. The rider can access the instrumentation menu by using dedicated buttons in order to make any changes to bike management parameters even quicker. The instrument cluster displays all the Turismo Veloce's most important information and was designed exclusively for this model. Based on a 5" bright and ultra-modern color TFT display (the same technology used for smartphone screens), it provides access to the numerous on board electronics parameters. The instrumentation also displays the fuel level using a progressive graphic and there is a photodiode that switches the lights from DRL to low-beam automatically. With the Lusso package there is also an advanced GPS data acquisition system to characterize the bike from a touring point of view. Data acquisition includes information on the route, fuel consumption and engine use. Thanks to the ergonomic arrangement of the TFT panel, the rider always has a perfect view of the road, even when checking the instrumentation, which is a fundamental safety feature. Last but not least, Turismo Veloce uses Bluetooth technology to keep the rider, passenger and vehicle in constant communication, allowing them to share the riding experience through dedicated apps.

Features

  • DESIGN: The Turismo Veloce stands out immediately as an MV Agusta, despite the fact that it expresses a stylistic concept which is uncommon for the brand from Schiranna. The overall compact sensation provided by the size of the three-cylinder engine, further reduced by the hydraulic clutch control, is expressed in extremely well balanced volumes on the two axles, even with the side panniers mounted. This accessory was actually the cornerstone of the Turismo Veloce's overall design on which a slim, sleek and exclusive bike was built, but also functional and innovative. With a 30 liter capacity each, they integrate perfectly and smoothly with the bike thanks to a special saddle mounting frame on the two sides with built-in passenger hand grips. Besides the aesthetics, these side panniers (color coded to match the body) have a regular volume that accommodates a flip up helmet and they have two indentations where the legs can rest comfortable. Even the fuel tank, particularly narrow in the area that comes into contact with the knees, demonstrates an evolution both in terms of style and capacity (22 liters), conveying a general feeling of three dimensionality also emphasized by the design of the Full LED light clusters and the new three-muffler exhaust layout, which are now quadrangular. The semi-fairing, with a clean and tidy design, joins the tank to the top fairing which has an adjustable windshield (up to 60 mm). Inside it space for two glove-boxes was found which snap closed, whereas the hand guards have built-in turn indicators. The two saddle portions are particularly refined and comfortable, with the passenger seating area perforated and sporting exposed stitching. The lightweight alloy wheels are also brand new and the rear has a 6 in. channel.
  • FRAME AND SUSPENSION: The frame is unmistakably MV Agusta - steel tubing at the front set off by aluminum alloy side plates - redesigned to meet the specific requirements of the Turismo Veloce. As a result, it is wider in the middle section and features special plates designed to act as an anchor for the center stand. The Turismo Veloce makes good use of the rider and passenger saddle support as well as the saddle bags thanks to a lightweight aluminum alloy support system. The suspension system has been developed to ensure maximum comfort when touring and dynamic performance in sports use. On the Turismo Veloce Lusso, the MVCSC 2.0 system, employing Sachs front forks and rear shock absorber, features a sophisticated electronic control system which provides the best possible response to all specific riding conditions by continuously monitoring and changing the hydraulic settings. The ECU includes the inertial platform which supplies vital parameter readings key to the continuous suspension setting changes and employs the Skyhook algorithm. This algorithm was specifically developed by MV Agusta. The system acts on the hydraulic compression and rebound readings when the bike is in motion.
  • ENGINE AND ELECTRONICS: The performance of a heavyweight and the weight of a medium size engine, this is the magic of the 800 cc in line three cylinder engine. In the configuration developed for the Turismo Veloce these parameters shifted from the search for maximum power to the search for the most evenly distributed power curve possible, increasing the maximum torque value 20% compared to the sportier versions, obtaining 2100 rpm less. All this thanks to redesigned and appropriately phased driven cam profiles, a new piston, new dedicated intake and exhaust systems and dedicated mapping strategies developed specifically for this bike, all enhanced by the three cylinder split which, as we all know, theorises the ideal engine with bar setting low and medium speeds, accompanied by a thrilling peak speed. This three-cylinder engine has many characteristics which make it a milestone for MV in terms of the technology applied to a standard production bike. The oil and water cooling systems have been built into the engine casting and this is the particular feature of the three-cylinder engine that gives it such an exceptional aesthetic impact and which allows it to blend in perfectly with the flowing lines of the Turismo Veloce. Under the cast and forged aluminum surfaces lies a counter-rotating crankshaft derived directly from MotoGP. This was introduced as standard on the F3 675 and characterizes the MV Agusta three-cylinder engine, not to mention the considerable impact it has on riding dynamics by significantly deceasing the effects of inertia when the bike changes direction. The precise application of fluid dynamic and thermodynamic principles, along with advanced electronic engine management systems have permitted specific fuel mapping settings to be designed which ideally suit both Touring and Sport riding modes on the new Turismo Veloce. Among the new features are the hydraulic timing chain tensioner, common to all the MY2015 three-cylinder engines as well as, like on the Stradale, the hydraulically controlled clutch. However, unlike the Stradale, the Turismo Veloce also boasts the mechanical slipper clutch. All of these evolutions allowed service intervals to be increased, now going from 6000 to 15000 km. Spark plug changes and valve adjustment has even gone to 30000 km. Both the battery and the alternator are more powerful, going from 350 to 450W. The exhaust system is also brand new, with a 400 cell catalytic converter. The reference platform is the new second generation MVICS 2.0 (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System) which lets the rider customize mapping with versatility being its strongest point. There are three preset mapping options. The Turismo option offers fuel mapping specifically designed for touring and limits power output to 90 HP. The Sport setting increases power to the maximum output of 110 HP whereas the Rain option (80 HP) is for riding safely in poor grip conditions and the Traction Control is automatically set to the maximum level. The fourth option, Custom, is also available so that the rider can select various parameters in order to create the best possible set-up for his or her own personal desires. Some of the parameters that can be customized are the engine torque curve in-line with power output (two levels), rev limiter cut-in point (Hard or Soft), throttle sensitivity (three levels), engine braking (two levels), engine response (two levels) and of course the traction control (eight levels). Some of the new features include the handlebar controls, characterized by an even more user-friendly logic which allows them to be used on the fly, without distracting the rider's attention from the road. The rider can access the instrumentation menu by using dedicated buttons in order to make any changes to bike management parameters even quicker. The instrument cluster displays all the Turismo Veloce's most important information and was designed exclusively for this model. Based on a 5" bright and ultra-modern color TFT display (the same technology used for smartphone screens), it provides access to the numerous on board electronics parameters. The instrumentation also displays the fuel level using a progressive graphic and there is a photodiode that switches the lights from DRL to low-beam automatically. With the Lusso package there is also an advanced GPS data acquisition system to characterize the bike from a touring point of view. Data acquisition includes information on the route, fuel consumption and engine use. Thanks to the ergonomic arrangement of the TFT panel, the rider always has a perfect view of the road, even when checking the instrumentation, which is a fundamental safety feature. Last but not least, Turismo Veloce uses Bluetooth technology to keep the rider, passenger and vehicle in constant communication, allowing them to share the riding experience through dedicated apps.