MV Agusta Officially Unveils its Lucky Explorer 5.5 at EICMA 2021

MV Agusta unveiled its middleweight adventure motorcycle named Lucky Explorer 5.5 during the 2021 EICMA, which was held in Milan, Italy. The Lucky Explorer is the smallest bike and is inspired by the MV Agusta Elefant of yore and depicts itself as a modern version of the latter. 

While speaking about its design and styling, the ADV bike has a flat nose with LED DRL rings for an aggressive front end. It also features large tyres with air-intakes, a high-set mudguard, a robust sump guard, and knuckle guards. Moreover, enhancing its beauty are classy graphics in a white paint scheme. 

In terms of mechanical specifications, the Italian manufacturer didn’t reveal much information, but still, we have the idea that the bike will be powered by the brand’s new 550cc parallel-twin engine, which gets a 70.5mm bore and 71mm stoke. Adding to its adventure character are the wire-spoked wheels and dual-sport tyres. 

It is also worth mentioning that the full-fledged motorcycle and complete specifications are yet to be revealed and are anticipated to come out early next year. MV Agusta is currently focusing on Asian as well as some European markets, but if the brand decides to reintroduce itself to India, then it may come to our shores too.

MV Agusta Lucky Explorer 5.5 Photos