The MV Agusta Enduro Veloce in red photographed in a white studio

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The MV Agusta Enduro Veloce in red photographed in a white studio

MV Agusta has unveiled the Enduro Veloce, a brand new adventure machine that looks to bring Italian style and performance to the off-road scene previously dominated by Ducati.

MV Agusta isn’t a name previously associated with adventure in any great way, but since its majority acquisition by KTM’s parent company the Pierer Mobility Group, marketing and R@D resources that were previously unavailable are now at the Italian moniker’s disposal.

Power and Performance

The heart of the Enduro Veloce is a new 931cc triple-cylinder engine that pumps out a healthy 91kW and 102Nm of torque.

MV Agusta highlights the engine’s lightweight design, tipping the scales at 57 kilograms further enhanced by a counter-rotating crankshaft to promote “rapid direction changes.”

With a potential 0-100km/h time of 3.72 seconds and a top speed of 240km/h, this Italian stallion will be no slouch on the tarmac. Veloce means fast in Italian and this seems appropriate.

However, the dry weight of the Enduro Veloce is a claimed 224 kilograms which is a little more than Ducati’s Multistrada V4S and means the word Enduro is doing some heavy lifting.

As a true big bore adventure tourer looking to stare down 80% blacktop, these figures are not off the mark.

Tech-laden Cockpit

The Enduro Veloce boasts a 7-inch TFT display featuring Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity. This display serves as the hub for the bike’s substantial rider-aid suite, powered by a six-axis IMU.

Riders can choose from four riding modes (Urban, Touring, Off-Road, and Custom All-Terrain) that adjust various parameters, including traction control (eight levels), engine braking (two levels), and engine response based on tyre choice (road or off-road).

The conveniences are not forgotten either. The Enduro Veloce comes equipped with cruise control, launch control, a quickshifter, and a USB-C charging port.


The Enduro Veloce is equipped with Sachs forks with 210mm of travel and a Sachs shock with matching travel.

The 21-inch front wheel and 18-inch rear wheel are spoked and come with tubeless tyres.
High-performance Brembo Stylema brakes with cornering ABS provide exceptional stopping power.

A New Era for MV Agusta

The Enduro Veloce marks a significant step for MV Agusta, showcasing their entry into the competitive adventure bike segment.

With a focus on high-end components and a complete tech package, the Enduro Veloce is sure to attract riders seeking a premium adventure touring experience.

That means it’s looking fairly specifically at Ducati Multistrada V4 owners. Can it grab some of that market share from a company doing big things right now?

Time will tell. And that time should be close to the end of 2024 when we expect to see the first MV’s arrive in Australia and local pricing anounced.