For now the plan is for 25 units. The styling shows its T12 inspiration in the fairing nose section, while tank and seat are more bulbous. The pairing has clean sides, but its lower rear section is very large in what appears to be an attempt to obtain a rear lower spoiler. Price for the kit has been set at 16,000 euros (approximately $17,000). Want to buy a complete bike based on an MV Agusta F4 turned? That’s going to be 35,000 euros (about $37,200). The kit comes in five color executions: Tamburini, Veltro, Mamba, Viper, and Serie Oro, all priced the same.