Moto Guzzi’s back in black | Manufacture News | News
Moto Guzzi’s retro V7 range is now in its third generation, and to celebrate the Italian firm has launched the V7 III Limited.
Perhaps the most attractive version yet, it combines a chrome-plated petrol tank with black carbon-fibre mudguards and side panels. Billet aluminium components are scattered around the elegant V-twin, which runs cast-alloy wheels rather than traditional spokes.
This mixture of old and modern will be limited to a run of just 500, all individually numbered.
No word yet on Australian prices or availability, but in the UK the Limited costs A$16,000, about $1700 more than the entry-level Stone and the same as the most expensive V7 III Milan.
By Ben Purvis