The existing Moto Guzzi V7 II family gains a scrambler-style machine in the form of the new Stornello unveiled in Milan this week.
Featuring the same 90° 750cc v-twin engine found in its siblings (making a claimed 48 hp at 6,700 rpm) the Stornello gets a unique seat, exhaust, knobby tires, tank guards and aluminum fenders. Foot pegs are designed to be more suitable for off-road riding.
The “Stornello” name was used by Moto Guzzi in connection with a scrambler model it produced from 1960 to 1974. The V7 II Stornello will be available in the U.S. market, but Moto Guzzi has not yet announced pricing.
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