Each bike takes inspiration from Moto Guzzi’s 1955 500cc Otto Cilindri. Cosmetically, each bike is treated to a centennial paint job of matte gray, dark brown, and matte green. Both the v7 and v9 share the same 850cc transverse V-twin engine that produces 65 hp at 6,800 rpm while the V85 TT sees 80 hp at 7,750 rpm.
Each model will be released in different months with the V7 Stone 100th Anniversary releasing at the end of March, followed by the V9 Bobber 100th Anniversary in July, and finally the V85TT Adventure 100th Anniversary in April. The pricing will be set at $9,190 USD, $10,690 USD, and $13,190 USD, respectively.
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