TRULY NEW, ALWAYS V7
More than half a century after the launch of its very first model, Moto Guzzi proudly presents an important new evolution in the story of the V7 with greater performance and comfort than ever, for the perfect mix of classic style and modern technology.
Rest assured that two things haven’t changed, however, and they are the indomitable character and authenticity that are entrenched in the DNA of every Moto Guzzi bike.
The new V7 may be faster, more comfortable, better equipped and more refined than ever, but its distinctive character and that typical Moto Guzzi authenticity remain unchanged.
The latest V7 STONE retains its essential characteristics, shaken up in more contemporary design, with revamped side panels embellished with a new-look logo, black exhausts and aluminum rims giving the bike a more elegant appearance and showcasing its unmistakable metropolitan personality.
New iconic graphics on the fuel tank speak to the new engine capacity, while a host of smart chromatic details distinguish its shape and color, with finishes that blend tradition and innovation to perfection, such as the spoked wheels with polished aluminum channels and black hubs, an instrument panel with two analogue circular dials and the bulb-like headlight.
To mark 100 years of Moto Guzzi, the V7 sports a prestigious limited edition centenary livery, which perfectly encapsulating the brand’s heritage, history, elegance and sporting character.
New Moto Guzzi engine
The transverse 90-degree V engine has long been the hallmark of Moto Guzzi and this V7 is no exception, but the news is that it’s derived from the “All Terrain” V85 TT. We’re talking about the latest and most advanced ever built at Mandello, designed to deliver improved performance and overall efficiency and take reliability and riding enjoyment to a whole new level.
Designed for impact
The V7 has long been an icon and its distinctive identity is part of motorcycling history, but this latest model to exit Mandello takes it up another notch in the design stakes. This is a more complete version than its predecessor, in fact, you could even say it’s more mature and grown up, with its larger engine and exhaust pipes with revamped layout making an assured visual statement. Towards the rear, both the universal joint transmission and wheel have been enlarged, while the Kayaba shock absorbers are more robust than before.
More comfortable than ever
The chassis now features steel elements in the steering head area, while the new longer-travel twin shock absorbers, two-tier saddle and updated rider foot peg supports all make for a more comfortable riding experience.