Italian superbikes have long been coveted by the wealthiest of motorbike collectors, and those who don't quite fancy the rugged aesthetics of grunt-focused American motorbikes. One such individual managed to commission the world-famous Italian design practice Zagato to go about crafting together a one-of-a-kind version of the MV Agusta F4.
This bespoke version of the famous Italian superbike features bodywork that combines the best features of carbon fiber and aluminum. Even the bike's wheels weren't left untouched, with Zagato making use of forged aluminum wheels rather than the stock options. The bike retains its original four-cylinder engine, which is capable of pumping out 195 horsepower.
What's great about this unique Italian superbike is the fact that it retains its powerful engine but features a wonderfully ingenious design, something that may increasingly be the case with high-end motorbikes purchased by luxury buyers.