MV Agusta, Lucky Explorer Project 5.5 and 9.5: projecting towards discovery [photo]

The historic Paris-Dakar, the arduous challenges in the desert, the atmosphere of the rally raid come to mind when observing the models linked to the Lucky Explorer Project , recently launched by MV Agusta . The examples Lucky Explorer Project 5.5 and Lucky Explorer Project 9.5 , present at the recent edition of EICMA, are new and interesting dynamic concepts.   Lucky Explorer Project 5.5 Defined with the QJ partner, the 5.5 specimen recalls the historic Elefant and, even if they are of medium class, it looks like a higher displacement motorcycle. The electronic part is optimized to transmit performance and safety at the same time and, according to the information, the length extends by 2,220 mm with a wheelbase of 1,505 mm , while the maximum width is 915 mm . The saddle is 860 mm high. Several aesthetic peculiarities distinguish the 5.5 and 9.5 specimens , for example by observing the superstructures or in particular the light pattern of the optical groups. The 5.5 model is equipped with a two-cylinder in-line powertrain, featuring double overhead camshaft distribution and meticulously refined liquid cooling. The total displacement amounts specifically to 554 cm³ with a 70.5 mm bore and 71 mm stroke, designed exclusively for this model with the aim of strengthening the torque curve, aiming at full and uniform delivery at different speeds. as reported on the occasion. The power reaches 47.6 horsepower (35 kW) at 7,500 rpm and the peak of torque reaches 51 Nm at 5,500 rpm.    Lucky Explorer Project 9.5 The other 9.5 project is equipped with a chassis that allows you to tackle off-road routes with a wheelbase that extends for 1,580 millimeters and wheels of different sizes, the front 21-inch and the rear 18-inch . An example equipped with a new MV Agusta engine, compact in size and a height-adjustable saddle, set at 850 or 870 mm according to the indications. From an aesthetic point of view you can see the Lucky Explorer logo and, as mentioned, the elements that differentiate the Lucky Explorer Project 9.5 from the aforementioned 5.5 stand out. The front area in black color, like the sturdy handguards, is also characterized by optical groups with a distinguishable light pattern. Also characterizing a radiator cased on the side, observing a panel that in the central section reveals a semicircle element. The bike features a 7-inch TFT color instrument panel with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connection, as well as a retractable bag fixing system linked to the tail. Also noteworthy is a skid plate that still underlines the exploratory nature of the model and characterizes the materials, in particular the part in forged carbon fiber placed as a connection between the radiator area and the skid plate. The front braking system, then, is protected by a large and windowed disc cover. The design features a steel frame with a closed double cradle pattern, consisting of forged and extruded parts. The tank can hold 20 liters of fuel and the swingarm is made of aluminum alloy, in order to have a high ratio between strength and weight. The same material is used for the fork plates, while the rear subframe is made of steel. The dry weight is 220 kg. The engine was specially defined and signed by MV Agusta, drawing inspiration from the 800 in-line three-cylinder unit. A conceptually new four-stroke heart based on various technical innovations and with increased bore and stroke measurements to obtain an effective displacement of 930.63 cc (931 cc), without changing the overall dimensions of the 800 engine. According to the indications, the engine weighs 57 kg. The transmission is characterized by a new primary transmission gear with straight teeth, with power take-off from the countershaft and the pump control gears are unprecedented. Just as there are further innovations related to and two clutch options between an automatic Rekluse or another of the standard type, in each case in oil bath, with hydraulic control on the left side. The optional electro-actuated gearbox, developed specifically, is also interesting. Power reaches 123 horsepower at 10,000 rpm and the reported peak torque is 102 Nm at 7,000 rpm.

The historic Paris-Dakar, the arduous challenges in the desert, the atmosphere of the rally raid come to mind when observing the models linked to the Lucky Explorer Project , recently launched by MV Agusta . The examples Lucky Explorer Project 5.5 and Lucky Explorer Project 9.5 , present at the recent edition of EICMA, are new and interesting dynamic concepts.

Lucky Explorer Project 5.5

Defined with the QJ partner, the 5.5 specimen recalls the historic Elefant and, even if they are of medium class, it looks like a higher displacement motorcycle.

The electronic part is optimized to transmit performance and safety at the same time and, according to the information, the length extends by 2,220 mm with a wheelbase of 1,505 mm , while the maximum width is 915 mm . The saddle is 860 mm high.

Several aesthetic peculiarities distinguish the 5.5 and 9.5 specimens , for example by observing the superstructures or in particular the light pattern of the optical groups.

The historic Paris-Dakar, the arduous challenges in the desert, the atmosphere of the rally raid come to mind when observing the models linked to the Lucky Explorer Project , recently launched by MV Agusta . The examples Lucky Explorer Project 5.5 and Lucky Explorer Project 9.5 , present at the recent edition of EICMA, are new and interesting dynamic concepts.   Lucky Explorer Project 5.5 Defined with the QJ partner, the 5.5 specimen recalls the historic Elefant and, even if they are of medium class, it looks like a higher displacement motorcycle. The electronic part is optimized to transmit performance and safety at the same time and, according to the information, the length extends by 2,220 mm with a wheelbase of 1,505 mm , while the maximum width is 915 mm . The saddle is 860 mm high. Several aesthetic peculiarities distinguish the 5.5 and 9.5 specimens , for example by observing the superstructures or in particular the light pattern of the optical groups. The 5.5 model is equipped with a two-cylinder in-line powertrain, featuring double overhead camshaft distribution and meticulously refined liquid cooling. The total displacement amounts specifically to 554 cm³ with a 70.5 mm bore and 71 mm stroke, designed exclusively for this model with the aim of strengthening the torque curve, aiming at full and uniform delivery at different speeds. as reported on the occasion. The power reaches 47.6 horsepower (35 kW) at 7,500 rpm and the peak of torque reaches 51 Nm at 5,500 rpm.    Lucky Explorer Project 9.5 The other 9.5 project is equipped with a chassis that allows you to tackle off-road routes with a wheelbase that extends for 1,580 millimeters and wheels of different sizes, the front 21-inch and the rear 18-inch . An example equipped with a new MV Agusta engine, compact in size and a height-adjustable saddle, set at 850 or 870 mm according to the indications. From an aesthetic point of view you can see the Lucky Explorer logo and, as mentioned, the elements that differentiate the Lucky Explorer Project 9.5 from the aforementioned 5.5 stand out. The front area in black color, like the sturdy handguards, is also characterized by optical groups with a distinguishable light pattern. Also characterizing a radiator cased on the side, observing a panel that in the central section reveals a semicircle element. The bike features a 7-inch TFT color instrument panel with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connection, as well as a retractable bag fixing system linked to the tail. Also noteworthy is a skid plate that still underlines the exploratory nature of the model and characterizes the materials, in particular the part in forged carbon fiber placed as a connection between the radiator area and the skid plate. The front braking system, then, is protected by a large and windowed disc cover. The design features a steel frame with a closed double cradle pattern, consisting of forged and extruded parts. The tank can hold 20 liters of fuel and the swingarm is made of aluminum alloy, in order to have a high ratio between strength and weight. The same material is used for the fork plates, while the rear subframe is made of steel. The dry weight is 220 kg. The engine was specially defined and signed by MV Agusta, drawing inspiration from the 800 in-line three-cylinder unit. A conceptually new four-stroke heart based on various technical innovations and with increased bore and stroke measurements to obtain an effective displacement of 930.63 cc (931 cc), without changing the overall dimensions of the 800 engine. According to the indications, the engine weighs 57 kg. The transmission is characterized by a new primary transmission gear with straight teeth, with power take-off from the countershaft and the pump control gears are unprecedented. Just as there are further innovations related to and two clutch options between an automatic Rekluse or another of the standard type, in each case in oil bath, with hydraulic control on the left side. The optional electro-actuated gearbox, developed specifically, is also interesting. Power reaches 123 horsepower at 10,000 rpm and the reported peak torque is 102 Nm at 7,000 rpm.

The 5.5 model is equipped with a two-cylinder in-line powertrain, featuring double overhead camshaft distribution and meticulously refined liquid cooling. The total displacement amounts specifically to 554 cm³ with a 70.5 mm bore and 71 mm stroke, designed exclusively for this model with the aim of strengthening the torque curve, aiming at full and uniform delivery at different speeds. as reported on the occasion. The power reaches 47.6 horsepower (35 kW) at 7,500 rpm and the peak of torque reaches 51 Nm at 5,500 rpm.

Lucky Explorer Project 9.5

The other 9.5 project is equipped with a chassis that allows you to tackle off-road routes with a wheelbase that extends for 1,580 millimeters and wheels of different sizes, the front 21-inch and the rear 18-inch . An example equipped with a new MV Agusta engine, compact in size and a height-adjustable saddle, set at 850 or 870 mm according to the indications.

From an aesthetic point of view you can see the Lucky Explorer logo and, as mentioned, the elements that differentiate the Lucky Explorer Project 9.5 from the aforementioned 5.5 stand out.

The front area in black color, like the sturdy handguards, is also characterized by optical groups with a distinguishable light pattern. Also characterizing a radiator cased on the side, observing a panel that in the central section reveals a semicircle element.

The bike features a 7-inch TFT color instrument panel with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connection, as well as a retractable bag fixing system linked to the tail.

The historic Paris-Dakar, the arduous challenges in the desert, the atmosphere of the rally raid come to mind when observing the models linked to the Lucky Explorer Project , recently launched by MV Agusta . The examples Lucky Explorer Project 5.5 and Lucky Explorer Project 9.5 , present at the recent edition of EICMA, are new and interesting dynamic concepts.   Lucky Explorer Project 5.5 Defined with the QJ partner, the 5.5 specimen recalls the historic Elefant and, even if they are of medium class, it looks like a higher displacement motorcycle. The electronic part is optimized to transmit performance and safety at the same time and, according to the information, the length extends by 2,220 mm with a wheelbase of 1,505 mm , while the maximum width is 915 mm . The saddle is 860 mm high. Several aesthetic peculiarities distinguish the 5.5 and 9.5 specimens , for example by observing the superstructures or in particular the light pattern of the optical groups. The 5.5 model is equipped with a two-cylinder in-line powertrain, featuring double overhead camshaft distribution and meticulously refined liquid cooling. The total displacement amounts specifically to 554 cm³ with a 70.5 mm bore and 71 mm stroke, designed exclusively for this model with the aim of strengthening the torque curve, aiming at full and uniform delivery at different speeds. as reported on the occasion. The power reaches 47.6 horsepower (35 kW) at 7,500 rpm and the peak of torque reaches 51 Nm at 5,500 rpm.    Lucky Explorer Project 9.5 The other 9.5 project is equipped with a chassis that allows you to tackle off-road routes with a wheelbase that extends for 1,580 millimeters and wheels of different sizes, the front 21-inch and the rear 18-inch . An example equipped with a new MV Agusta engine, compact in size and a height-adjustable saddle, set at 850 or 870 mm according to the indications. From an aesthetic point of view you can see the Lucky Explorer logo and, as mentioned, the elements that differentiate the Lucky Explorer Project 9.5 from the aforementioned 5.5 stand out. The front area in black color, like the sturdy handguards, is also characterized by optical groups with a distinguishable light pattern. Also characterizing a radiator cased on the side, observing a panel that in the central section reveals a semicircle element. The bike features a 7-inch TFT color instrument panel with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connection, as well as a retractable bag fixing system linked to the tail. Also noteworthy is a skid plate that still underlines the exploratory nature of the model and characterizes the materials, in particular the part in forged carbon fiber placed as a connection between the radiator area and the skid plate. The front braking system, then, is protected by a large and windowed disc cover. The design features a steel frame with a closed double cradle pattern, consisting of forged and extruded parts. The tank can hold 20 liters of fuel and the swingarm is made of aluminum alloy, in order to have a high ratio between strength and weight. The same material is used for the fork plates, while the rear subframe is made of steel. The dry weight is 220 kg. The engine was specially defined and signed by MV Agusta, drawing inspiration from the 800 in-line three-cylinder unit. A conceptually new four-stroke heart based on various technical innovations and with increased bore and stroke measurements to obtain an effective displacement of 930.63 cc (931 cc), without changing the overall dimensions of the 800 engine. According to the indications, the engine weighs 57 kg. The transmission is characterized by a new primary transmission gear with straight teeth, with power take-off from the countershaft and the pump control gears are unprecedented. Just as there are further innovations related to and two clutch options between an automatic Rekluse or another of the standard type, in each case in oil bath, with hydraulic control on the left side. The optional electro-actuated gearbox, developed specifically, is also interesting. Power reaches 123 horsepower at 10,000 rpm and the reported peak torque is 102 Nm at 7,000 rpm.

Also noteworthy is a skid plate that still underlines the exploratory nature of the model and characterizes the materials, in particular the part in forged carbon fiber placed as a connection between the radiator area and the skid plate. The front braking system, then, is protected by a large and windowed disc cover.

The design features a steel frame with a closed double cradle pattern, consisting of forged and extruded parts. The tank can hold 20 liters of fuel and the swingarm is made of aluminum alloy, in order to have a high ratio between strength and weight. The same material is used for the fork plates, while the rear subframe is made of steel. The dry weight is 220 kg.

The engine was specially defined and signed by MV Agusta, drawing inspiration from the 800 in-line three-cylinder unit. A conceptually new four-stroke heart based on various technical innovations and with increased bore and stroke measurements to obtain an effective displacement of 930.63 cc (931 cc), without changing the overall dimensions of the 800 engine. According to the indications, the engine weighs 57 kg.

The transmission is characterized by a new primary transmission gear with straight teeth, with power take-off from the countershaft and the pump control gears are unprecedented. Just as there are further innovations related to and two clutch options between an automatic Rekluse or another of the standard type, in each case in oil bath, with hydraulic control on the left side. The optional electro-actuated gearbox, developed specifically, is also interesting.

Power reaches 123 horsepower at 10,000 rpm and the reported peak torque is 102 Nm at 7,000 rpm.

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