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Added : 13th September 2011
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Download MV Agusta Logo Wallpapers – The MV Agusta Motor SpA is an Italian motorcycle manufacturer with headquarters in Schiranna, a district of prestigious Italian aircraft manufacturer Agusta Varese.Der had been after the death of its founder, Count Giovanni Agusta began in 1927 with the manufacture of motorcycles. After the Second World War, the motorcycle production in 1945 as an independent company by his son Domenico Agusta in Samarate (Italy) under the name Meccanica Verghera Agusta (such as “mechanical operation Verghera Agusta in” – a district of Samarate) was founded. The first motorcycle was introduced under the name 98, the originally proposed name Vespa 98 was already occupied by trademark law – designed by Piaggio, the Vespa motor scooter later came to world fame.
After a boom period in the 1950s and many achievements in motorsport in the 1960s and 1970s had to be stopped production in 1980 due to acute financial problems. In 1992, the MV Agusta brand name of the Castiglioni group (Cagiva) was purchased which had previously helped manufacturers like Ducati and Aermacchi back on its feet. New models were announced. After the natural development of a new 750-cc inline four-cylinder engine, the 1997 Superbike MV Agusta F4 was presented, which came in the traditional colors of red and silver and therefore was not least thanks to their spectacular designs at a great success. In the trade the F4 came in 1999 with the first Model 750 F4 Serie Oro.
The Castiglioni group structured its business around 1999 and has ever since been under the name of its most prestigious brand as MV Agusta Motor. Furthermore, the brand still belongs to MV Agusta, Cagiva, Husqvarna was sold after 2007 to BMW. On 11 July 2008 announced the U.S. motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson Inc., that he is the MV Agusta Group (MVAG) for around € 70 million to completely take over. Design Chief Massimo Tamburini, who was also responsible for the F4, left in late 2008 to CRC and MV Agusta. Claudio Castiglioni, the company bought back in the summer of 2010 Harley-Davidson, after the U.S. manufacturers had even fallen into serious economic difficulties. Castiglioni died on 17 August 2011 at the age of 64 years to cancer, the leadership of MV Agusta had by this time he transferred to his son Giovanni.