MOTO GUZZI is releasing a trio new bikes that are designed to help renew the Italian marques flagship V7 product range. For 2013, the Moto Guzzi V7 features a new engine and new styling that also retains the models classic look. (click on pics for full-size images)
Guzzi reports that the engine is a more powerful, faster and smoother 90° V-twin that’s supported by the double cradle Tonti frame and connects to the cardan shaft drive. All three models feature this new setup and come with a wide range of available accessories.
It features the new motor and lightweight six-split-spoke alloy wheels. It comes in matte black or pure white, both with chrome accents. Available at dealerships in mid-October at an MSRP of $8,390.
The V7 Racer will be in showrooms in early October at an MSRP of $9,990.
According to the OEM, the V7 Special is the closest thing to the original 1969 V7 Special, and not just because it shares the same name. It’s also because, the company says, the model carries the same style of a touring bike with a sophisticated fit and finish and unique character of Guzzi’s engine.
The V7 Special has a two-tone paint job and aluminum spoked wheels. Luggage and a windshield help complete the bike’s standing as a touring machine. The Special has an MSRP of $8,990 and be available in Q1 of 2013.
Moto Guzzi USA press release and press images posted by Dennis Johnson