“Società Anonima Moto Guzzi” was founded in 1921 for the purpose of “production and sale of motorcycles and other activities related or connected with the metal mechanical industry”. Celebrating the 2021th anniversary of its establishment in 100, Italian Moto Guzzi, one of the most distinguished motorcycle manufacturers in the world, exhibited its new models V2023 Mandello, V100 Stone Special Edition and V7 Special with its new colors at Motobike Istanbul 7 held at the Istanbul Expo Center. Moto Guzzi, the distributor of Doğan Trend Automotive, a subsidiary of Doğan Holding, is at the fair for the first time after its Turkey launch in February. brought together with the masses.
Represented by Doğan Trend Automotive, a subsidiary of Doğan Holding in Turkey, Moto Guzzi exhibited its innovations, including the best and the first, at Motobike Istanbul held at the Istanbul Expo Center. Celebrating its 2021th anniversary in 100, Italian Moto Guzzi brought the model, which reflects the pioneering identity of the brand in the motorcycle industry, to all 100-wheel enthusiasts at the fair, after the new model series V2023 Mandello was launched in Turkey in February 2.
The Moto Guzzi V2 Mandello, which holds the title of the first 100-wheel motorcycle with movable wings in its design, stands out as the only roadster with an electronically adjustable windshield in the motorcycle industry. Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello Series, which brings together great equipment for riders who see motorcycle riding as a lifestyle and who set out to use motorcycles when appropriate, sheds light on future models with technological developments added to the legendary 90-degree V-Twin engine. Motorcycle enthusiasts at the fair zamgot the chance to see the new V7 Stone Special Edition, which they have been waiting for a long time, and the V7 Special with its brand new colors.
A first in the industry: With adaptive blades, the driver is exposed to 22 percent less wind!
With the ideally positioned hip-heel index of the Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello and the driver's seat that extends forward, it is possible to drive in the desired position and to travel for kilometers without getting tired. With its electronically raising and lowering windshield of 9 cm and wings opened on the tank, the wind that the driver receives on his body can be reduced by 22 percent. In addition to being able to make long journeys with much less fatigue, these aerodynamic updates also ensure that the user is comfortable while riding the motorcycle in cold weather.
Conventional shaft transmission combines with water cooling for the first time!
Demonstrating its commitment to Moto Guzzi traditions with its shaft-driven transmission, the series occupies an important position as it is the brand's first water-cooled motorcycle. Being the first Moto Guzzi to use the 6-way IMU feature (a system that supports driving, with sensors that measure movements on bends or inclined surfaces), the traction control system and the up and down QuickShifter, MIA and Ohlins EC 100 suspensions only on the V2.0 S Mandello, with technology, Allows you to increase your driving abilities. The balanced chassis design of the V100 Mandello makes the bike feel lighter than it is and offers a more controlled riding experience that makes the bike easier to control.
V7 Stone Special Edition
The renewed Stone Special Edition of the Moto Guzzi V7 series took its place among the innovations in Motobike Istanbul. V7 Stone Special Edition, which is noticed with its red color on the tank accompanying its Glossy Black color, differs from other series with Arrow exhausts, new handlebar mirrors and black aluminum tank cap. V853 Stone Special Edition, which changes the power and torque values of the 7 cc V-Twin engine with the new Arrow exhaust system, produces a maximum power of 6700 HP at 66.5 rpm and a maximum torque of 4900 Nm at 75 rpm.
V7 Special: Authentic Moto Guzzi DNA!
More than half a century after the launch of its first model, Moto Guzzi is rewriting the story of the V7 with more performance and comfort for the perfect blend of classic style and modern technology. The new Moto Guzzi V7 zamIt has been made faster, more comfortable and more equipped than before. Besides all these; its distinctive character and typical Moto Guzzi originality remained unchanged. Transverse 90 degree V motor long zamIt's been one of the hallmarks of the Moto Guzzi for a while, and the V7 is no exception. The V7 has been designed to take driving pleasure to a whole new level with its improved performance, efficiency and reliability. While the V7 is a part of motorcycle history with its iconic design and distinctive identity, it is derived from Mandello and takes it a step further in terms of design. The V7, which has a stronger design with new exhaust pipes, provides a unique appearance by enlarging both the universal articulated gearbox and the wheels towards the rear. A more comfortable riding experience, with new, longer-throw twin shock absorbers, a two-layer seat and updated rider's footrests increase the capacity of the Moto Guzzi V7.
102 years of Moto Guzzi
“Società Anonima Moto Guzzi” was founded in 1921 for the purpose of “production and sale of motorcycles and other activities related or connected with the metal mechanical industry”. In memory of one of the founders' brothers in arms, the "Eagle with Wings Spread" was chosen as the symbol of the new company. Since then, the eagle, which has become famous all over the world, has become the symbol of the Moto Guzzi brand. The operations center was opened in Mandello del Lario. Moto Guzzi still manufactures here today. This is the place for world motorcycle history with motorcycles that have adorned people's dreams, such as the GT 500 Norge (1928), Airone 250 (1939), which was driven across the Arctic Circle by company founder Carlo's brother Giuseppe Guzzi, and the Galletto (1950), which contributed to the introduction of motorcycles to the masses in the post-war era. an industrial establishment that left its mark.
Again in those years, the wind tunnel was opened. This was a world first for motorcycles and can still be visited today at the Mandello Factory. The wind tunnel was designed and built by exceptional engineers such as extremely passionate Umberto Todero, Enrico Cantoni and a designer who would soon become a legend. Milanese designer Giulio Cesare Carcano, which is the same zamThe father of Otto Cilindri (in 285), who reached 1955 km/h at the same time, created prototypes that set at least 1935 world speed records and won 1957 Tourist Trophys between 15 and 11.
After the Moto Guzzi gave life to lightweight motorcycles such as the Stornello and Dingo in the 1960s; The V7 Special gave life to the 7 cc 700° V-twin engine with cardan shafts used in legendary models such as V90 Sport, California and Le Mans. this engine zaminstantly became a symbol for the Mandello producer. This engine continued to be developed continuously with the same architecture supported by the most advanced electronic control technologies and gave life to popular and modern Moto Guzzi motorcycles such as the V7 TT Travel, the world's first classic enduro motorcycle with Roamer and Bobber versions of the V9 and V85 Series.