MV Agusta and coachbuilder Zagato have released more information and high resolution photos of the F4Z. As expected, the F4Z is just a one-off creation, so no, you will not be seeing it in showrooms. As it turns out, the F4Z is a custom order commissioned by an unnamed Japanese businessman who asked Zagato to build a motorcycle that was unique yet classic and didn’t subscribe to any fleeting trends.
Reaction to the F4Z has been mixed, in the comments of our previous post and on Facebook, but also among MO editors as well. Even the detractors will at least cede the F4Z is a departure from modern motorcycle designs. The previous images we published were CGI renderings but we now have hi-res photos of the real thing.
Mechanical, F4Z retains most donated bicycles, MV Agusta Moto F4. Zagato body design, production of aluminum and carbon fiber. Zagato keeps the number of body panels down to a minimum, rather than relying less on motorbikes than those normally found in mass production. Some components need to be tweaked or redesigned. Others, such as the fuel tank, intake manifold, battery and exhaust, F4Z specially made just.