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MV Agusta Lucky Explorer ADV Bikes Sell Well, Receive 15,000 Pre-Orders

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Following the Sardarov family's complete ownership of MV Agusta in 2019, the label has become increasingly active in Italy, with the most popular being the Superveloce Alpine and the Rush 1000 hypernaked, but that's not all. Varese has expanded its customer base even further with its newest adventure bike models, Lucky Explorer 5.5 and 9.5.        Both models were introduced at Eicma 2021. The Lucky Explorer model is not only made to please the Adventure fans, it also represents a great collaboration between Europe and Asia. Lucky Explorer has released. Coming in two versions, the 9.5 is all made in Italy and the 5.5 is a model that MV Agusta has partnered with China's QJ Motors and has also been joined by smaller Italian label Benelli. as well    Importantly, both models have 15,000 pre-orders, being one of the most highly-booked Adventure Bike models in the world. Sardarov stated that Sardarov “new Lucky Explorers to be built at this in varese We have already received 15,000 pre-orders in practical two years of work. for all our models The market is generally wide open. We see a lot of interest from customers. and having overcome the obstacles of the massive Covid-19 virus outbreak and constraints in the supply chain We will be able to significantly enhance our production.”  MV Agusta has upgraded production by 2022, which will bring production to as many as 9,000 vehicles, almost doubling from 2021 with only 5,000 vehicles a year. Sardarov added that “I'm here to stay. And the goal by 2025 is to bring MV Agusta to the stock market. A company with revenue of 350 million with an EBITDA of at least 50 million and a shareholding structure that will also involve employees.`Following the Sardarov family's complete ownership of MV Agusta in 2019, the label has become increasingly active in Italy, with the most popular being the Superveloce Alpine and the Rush 1000 hypernaked, but that's not all. Varese has expanded its customer base even further with its newest adventure bike models, Lucky Explorer 5.5 and 9.5.        Both models were introduced at Eicma 2021. The Lucky Explorer model is not only made to please the Adventure fans, it also represents a great collaboration between Europe and Asia. Lucky Explorer has released. Coming in two versions, the 9.5 is all made in Italy and the 5.5 is a model that MV Agusta has partnered with China's QJ Motors and has also been joined by smaller Italian label Benelli. as well    Importantly, both models have 15,000 pre-orders, being one of the most highly-booked Adventure Bike models in the world. Sardarov stated that Sardarov “new Lucky Explorers to be built at this in varese We have already received 15,000 pre-orders in practical two years of work. for all our models The market is generally wide open. We see a lot of interest from customers. and having overcome the obstacles of the massive Covid-19 virus outbreak and constraints in the supply chain We will be able to significantly enhance our production.”  MV Agusta has upgraded production by 2022, which will bring production to as many as 9,000 vehicles, almost doubling from 2021 with only 5,000 vehicles a year. Sardarov added that “I'm here to stay. And the goal by 2025 is to bring MV Agusta to the stock market. A company with revenue of 350 million with an EBITDA of at least 50 million and a shareholding structure that will also involve employees.

Following the Sardarov family’s complete ownership of MV Agusta in 2019, the label has become increasingly active in Italy, with the most popular being the Superveloce Alpine and the Rush 1000 hypernaked, but that’s not all. Varese has expanded its customer base even further with its newest adventure bike models, Lucky Explorer 5.5 and 9.5.

Both models were introduced at Eicma 2021. The Lucky Explorer model is not only made to please the Adventure fans, it also represents a great collaboration between Europe and Asia. Lucky Explorer has released. Coming in two versions, the 9.5 is all made in Italy and the 5.5 is a model that MV Agusta has partnered with China’s QJ Motors and has also been joined by smaller Italian label Benelli. as well

Importantly, both models have 15,000 pre-orders, being one of the most highly-booked Adventure Bike models in the world. Sardarov stated that Sardarov “new Lucky Explorers to be built at this in varese We have already received 15,000 pre-orders in practical two years of work. for all our models The market is generally wide open. 

Following the Sardarov family's complete ownership of MV Agusta in 2019, the label has become increasingly active in Italy, with the most popular being the Superveloce Alpine and the Rush 1000 hypernaked, but that's not all. Varese has expanded its customer base even further with its newest adventure bike models, Lucky Explorer 5.5 and 9.5.        Both models were introduced at Eicma 2021. The Lucky Explorer model is not only made to please the Adventure fans, it also represents a great collaboration between Europe and Asia. Lucky Explorer has released. Coming in two versions, the 9.5 is all made in Italy and the 5.5 is a model that MV Agusta has partnered with China's QJ Motors and has also been joined by smaller Italian label Benelli. as well    Importantly, both models have 15,000 pre-orders, being one of the most highly-booked Adventure Bike models in the world. Sardarov stated that Sardarov “new Lucky Explorers to be built at this in varese We have already received 15,000 pre-orders in practical two years of work. for all our models The market is generally wide open. We see a lot of interest from customers. and having overcome the obstacles of the massive Covid-19 virus outbreak and constraints in the supply chain We will be able to significantly enhance our production.”  MV Agusta has upgraded production by 2022, which will bring production to as many as 9,000 vehicles, almost doubling from 2021 with only 5,000 vehicles a year. Sardarov added that “I'm here to stay. And the goal by 2025 is to bring MV Agusta to the stock market. A company with revenue of 350 million with an EBITDA of at least 50 million and a shareholding structure that will also involve employees.

We see a lot of interest from customers. and having overcome the obstacles of the massive Covid-19 virus outbreak and constraints in the supply chain We will be able to significantly enhance our production.”

MV Agusta has upgraded production by 2022, which will bring production to as many as 9,000 vehicles, almost doubling from 2021 with only 5,000 vehicles a year. Sardarov added that “I’m here to stay. And the goal by 2025 is to bring MV Agusta to the stock market. A company with revenue of 350 million with an EBITDA of at least 50 million and a shareholding structure that will also involve employees.

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