AGV may refer to:
- AGV (helmet manufacturer), an Italian motorcycle helmet firm
- AGV (train), a high-speed multiple-unit train built by Alstom
- Abergavenny railway station, United Kingdom, from its National Rail code
- Australian grapevine viroid, a plant viroid
- Automated Guided Vehicle, a mobile robot used in industrial applications to move materials around
- Oswaldo Guevara Mujica Airport (IATA airport code)
- Remontado Agta language
The AGV (acronym for French: Automotrice à grande vitesse) is a standard gauge high-speed electric multiple unit train designed and built by Alstom.
Alstom offers the AGV in configurations from seven to fourteen carriages, seating 245 to 446 persons. The trains are constructed from units comprising three cars, each with one transformer and two traction electronics packages located underneath the cars, and from single-car trailers. The maximum commercial speed is .
Design of the train took place through the 2000s, with a prototype, "Pegase", produced in 2008. As of 2016 the only commercial order for the train has been from Italian transport company NTV, which ordered 25 trains in 2008, beginning services in 2012.
According to Alstom, the advantages of the AGV are: increased seating area per train length (compared to a single-deck TGV); safety and maintenance advantages of the Jacobs bogie articulation design; as well as higher energy efficiency from permanent-magnet synchronous motors.
AGV SpA. (Amisano Gino Valenza) is an Italian motorcycle helmet firm, founded by Gino Amisano (1920–2009), which started out in 1946 making leather seats and motorcycle saddles. A year later, in 1947, the company started making its first motorcycle helmets. In July 2007, the company was acquired by Dainese.
The brand is most notably associated with motorcycle World Champions Valentino Rossi and Giacomo Agostini, both of whom have used AGV helmets throughout their career. In 2008, Rossi was made an honorary president of the company. The brand can also count past Formula One world champions such as Niki Lauda, Emerson Fittipaldi and Nelson Piquet as wearers.