Moto Guzzi revealed its Scrambler, derived from V7 II family.
Moto Guzzi V7 II Stornello is what Moto Guzzi calls a “Factory Special”. It was inspired by the single cylinder 1972 Stornello, but it has the 90° classic transversal V-Twin which makes 48 horsepower.
The Scrambler look is emphasized by the two-in-one high Arrow exhaust fitted with heat shields and by the long saddle. The laced wheels have knobby tires, suitable for a soft-dirty terrain.
The injector covers and the side panels are made from aluminum while the handlebar has a black paint. But the most “exclusive” parts on the Stornello, according to Moto Guzzi, are the three number holders, made from aluminum, and with a V7 II Stornello logo, which match the mudguards, also in hand-brushed aluminum.
The suspension system is the one we already know from the V7 family: 40 mm telescopic fork with 130 mm of travel and two rear shocks with 111 mm of travel.
The Stornello has standard ABS and traction control while the front brake consists of a four-piston Brembo caliper and a floating 320 mm disc.
Moto Guzzi will build only 1,000 units.