Moto Guzzi is gearing up to steal the spotlight this November at EICMA (Milan Motorcycle Show) with the reintroduction of its Stelvio adventure-tourer. Once a staple in Moto Guzzi's lineup, the Stelvio faced a brief hiatus due to underwhelming sales. However, the rise in demand for large-displacement adventure electric motorcycles has paved the way for its comeback.
The Stelvio also integrates 4D imaging radar for added safety
Before its grand unveiling, Moto Guzzi couldn't hold back its enthusiasm, releasing detailed specs of the Stelvio on their website. Drawing inspiration from its sibling, the V100 Mandello, the new Stelvio stays true to its roots in terms of design. But it's not just about aesthetics; the Stelvio has a story to tell.
Named after the legendary Stelvio pass, Italy's towering mountain range, the bike echoes the essence of this monumental road. With its 48 sharp turns and challenging inclines, the Stelvio pass is a testament to endurance and thrill. Similarly, the motorcycle is designed for those who seek the thrill of the open road. Its 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels, combined with adjustable suspensions, ensure a smooth ride.
Under the hood, the Stelvio boasts a 1,042cc V-twin engine, delivering a robust 115 horsepower and 85 pound-feet of torque. This powerhouse is paired with cutting-edge technology, including cornering ABS, traction control, and multiple riding modes. A standout feature is the PFF Rider Assistance Solution, integrating 4D Imaging Radar for enhanced safety.
For those looking to make the Stelvio their own, Moto Guzzi offers a range of accessories. From heated seats tailored for comfort to luggage options like a 52-liter top case, the Stelvio caters to long-haul riders.
While we await the price reveal, one thing is certain: EICMA 2023 is set to be a grand stage for the Stelvio's return and Moto Guzzi's continued legacy.