It's hard to say what they really will be, but our best guess is something within the vein of the KTM Freeride electric dirt bike. Cagivas were great for this sort of thing.
When using the growth of the adventure motorbike segment, perhaps we will at some point see Cagiva enter this type, in which MV Agusta is absent. And although he never left technically (since joining the motorcycle game in 1978), the Italian manufacturer is all about to be reborn under the brand MV Agusta, a manufacturer of electric bike. Let's say in-between. XC. over the next five years the way the market will change.it's children. We will keep you informed as soon as we know more.
It's a family that goes from the bicycle to a Zero bike, but different, "continued Castiglioni. Cagiva has a remarkable history of road bikes, off-road bicycles and races in Dakar, Motocross as well as Grand Prix, especially in the 80s and 90s. I think there exists a great opportunity for this, "said Castiglioni.. Now that MV Agusta is at good financial health thanks to a recent investment, she can afford to go Cagiva with new models. Therefore, to start, it seems that will Cagiva will produce small all-terrain energy vehicles... "If you want to travel 300 mph, buy a combustion motor, but I think there might be a lot of potential market regarding electricity, and we want four Wheels trolley to be there, that's why we're trying out it now. "I believe in electricity, there is great possible, and we are doing some sort of project there - under another brand - that's Cagiva, " said MV Agusta Giovanni Castiglioni at Asphalt & Rubber.
Having a rich off-road legacy with bikes including the Elefant sportsman, off-road electric cycles would make sense for Cagiva.Cagiva may well not seem familiar to most Us riders, but you may remember watching James Bond jump from your cliff of a Cagiva 350 T4 and jump over a plane to Goldeneye. Agusta and includes slept since. The revolutionary Cagiva bikes are expected to arrive by the end of 2018 as 2019 versions. "We are committing to light and fun vehicles, bicycles. He stopped production in 2012 through deciding to concentrate his efforts on the MV brand