Supercar club membership includes free £16k MV Agusta

Supercar club membership includes free £16k MV Agusta

 

Ever fancied a free motorbike? Tempting, right? What about a free MV? Things are getting serious now. Well, here’s your chance although the offer comes with a slight catch…

Supercar fans with enough disposable income to enjoy a £21.5k (+VAT) membership and access to a fleet of the latest and most ostentatious wheels can now pick up an MV Agusta for free, courtesy of a special February-only offer from the Auto Vivendi club.

Members can choose from one of three MV’s and will also enjoy a factory tour at the firm’s headquarters on the shores of Lake Varese in Italy. In an attempt to attract more motorcyclists into the club, the bikes on offer are as follows which will be delivered to the new member’s preferred MV Agusta dealership: 

  • Brutale 800 RR America Limited Edition worth £16,240
  • Dragster RR worth £16,340
  • Turismo Veloce Lusso worth £16,590

But the special Auto Vivendi ‘MV Agusta’ membership offer (£19,950 + VAT plus the Club’s standard one-off joining fee of £1,625 plus VAT) ends on 28th February 2019. Members will receive 220 Club points (which should equate to around 20 days of supercar use) and access to an events calendar that includes trips to pre-launch events from manufacturers, exclusive parties and track days at venues including the Ascari private race resort in Spain.

The London-based Auto Vivendi range includes the Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster, Ferrari 488GTB, McLaren 720S and 600LT, Aston Martin DBS Superleggera and Rolls-Royce Wraith.

Richard L Thomas, Managing Director of Auto Vivendi said; “From our experience with our current members, we know there is a clear link between supercar driving and motorcycle riding. Such unique and exciting membership offers have worked well for us in the past and we are hoping that giving away stunning MV Agusta bikes will capture the attention of people who love both bikes and cars.”

 

 

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