Moto Morini is launching a major model offensive at the EICMA (-12.11.). After a one-year break, not only is the Milano returning, whose V2 has now cleared the Euro 5+ emissions hurdle. Its engine has also been transferred to the new large X-Cape 1200 touring enduro. With the further development, the 1187-cubic engine delivers 125 hp (91 kW) here and there, which means an increase of almost ten hp. The 87-degree V2 should make both models over 230 km/h fast.
The Corsaro 750 closes the gap between the two top models and the Seiemmezzo (six and a half) presented last year - naturally also with a V-twin. The new two-cylinder delivers 96 hp (71 kW) and is also available in an A2 version with half the hp for beginners. It is openly displayed as a supporting element in the tubular trellis frame. In addition to the naked bike version, there is also the fairing-covered Corsaro Sport.
It is not yet known when the new models will be launched and how much they will cost. (aum)
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