Moto Guzzi will be launching a new version of the “Seven-Fifty” which was unveiled at Wheels and Waves, in Biarritz, France.
The special edition will be limited to only 500 production units, which means that the V7 III will stand out for its eclectic and modern looks. Moto Guzzi has blended elegant chrome and refined hi-tech materials to build this masterpiece. The chrome aspects and beautiful body lines scream “Made in Italy”.
Milan, 18 June 2018: Moto Guzzi unveiled the new Moto Guzzi V7 III Limited, the most recent stylistic interpretation of the renowned “seven-fifty” from Mandello in the beautiful town of Biarritz.
The popular festival dedicated to the pairing of bikes and surfboards. Roberto D’Amico, who one of the most respected Italian surfers faced the beach break of the French Atlantic coast with the Moto Guzzi logo on his board. It was the perfect setting for the début of this exclusive limited edition Moto Guzzi. The V7 III Limited combines the classic and elegant chromium look with refined hi-tech materials such as carbon fibre and aluminium. The eclectic and modern look reiterates how customisation friendly the V7 III is. It is an extremely youthful bike but at the same time a symbol of all that is ‘Made in Italy’, popular across the board with a diverse public.
Numerous chromium-plated parts on the Moto Guzzi V7 III Limited are reminiscent of the purest Classic world, beginning with the chromium fuel tank, “wrapped” on the top under a black leather vintage-look strap. On the sides, the unmistakeable Moto Guzzi eagle is done in a particular burnished dark finish. Black is another recurring element on the V7 III Limited, from the alloy wheels to “old school” stitched saddle, as well as the typical pattern of carbon fibre. The carbon fibre pattern is used for the front and rear fenders and the side panels. The locking fuel cap and the handlebar risers are made from billet aluminium.
The Moto Guzzi 750 twin-cylinder also has a refined look, with the throttle body covers made of black anodised aluminium and the cylinder heads with milled cooling fins that create another contrasting effect. The essential instrumentation is a single, circular display with an analogue speedometer and the other information contained on a digital display.