At EICMA 2021, MV Agusta presented the two models Lucky Explorer 9.5 and Lucky Explorer 5.5, with which they will enter the adventure segment. The number of pre-orders is impressive.
The two Adventure motorcycles could already be pre-ordered since November 23, 2021. According to MV Agusta, over 15,000 units have now been ordered.
“We have already received pre-orders for 15 thousand units: in practice, two years of work. For all our models, the market is generally very receptive, we see great interest from customers. And once the obstacles of the pandemic and supply chain constraints are overcome, we will be able to significantly increase our production levels.”
They still plan to build 9,000 bikes in 2022, but the number is not likely to be limited to just the two ADV bikes. In 2021, about 5,000 motorcycles rolled off the assembly line, so they are planning a significant increase in production.
MV Agusta going public?
“I’m here to stay, and the goal for 2025 is to take MV Agusta public,” Sardarov explained. “A company with 350 million in sales, with EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) of at least 50 million and a shareholding structure that includes employees.”
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