Last updated:10th February, 2020MV Agusta has produced yet another one-off model and this time it will be sold through the exclusive TheAresenal online store. The store calls itself “the most insane garage in the world” and includes cars, jets, boats, bicycles and some insane custom motorcycles such as a Honda monkey bike costing $US30,000 ($A44,500) and a $US50,000 ($A74,000) Yamaha XS650. Exclusive Dragster The Italian company has now added an exclusive one-only Dragster 800 RR with “price on demand”. If you have to ask the price, you simply can’t afford it. In fact, we expect you will also be up for the delivery cost from Italy. However, the limited-edition Lewis Hamilton Dragster 800 RR already costs $A36,880. As far as we can see, the Dragster only has special black and orange paintwork plus the same level of equipment and exotic parts as the Hamilton RR. It is powered by the same inline three-cylinder 798cc engine with 104kW of power, eight-level traction control and an electronic up/down gearbox with hydraulic slipper clutch. Limited-edition models MV Agusta has been promising a whole new batch of motorcycles for a couple of years now, but all we’ve seen is limited-edition models or restyled versions of their current models. Recently, new boss Timur Sardarov upped the ante saying they would produce more than 20 new models in the next five years.See alsoBy manufacturerHarley-DavidsonMotorbikesHarley 2021 line-up axes popular learner They are expected to include an adventure range and 350-500cc bikes built in collaboration with Chinese Loncin Motor. Apart from limited-edition models, MV has also produced some amazing one-off models in recent years. Last July they produced a one-off gold-painted Dragster 800 RC and in 2016, MV made a one-off F4Z for a Japanese businessman in a joint collaboration with car designer Zagato. Gold MV Agusta Dragster 800 RC MV Agusta F4Z by Zagato MV Agusta will officially celebrate its 75th anniversary on 20-21 June 2020 at its factory on the shores of the beautiful Lake Varese in northern Italy. We expect that may be the date they finally release the first all-new model in almost a decade.