Piaggio Group presented two-wheel innovations for the 2022 season

Piaggio Group presented two-wheel innovations for the 2022 season
Piaggio Group presented two-wheel innovations for the 2022 season

From November 23 to 28, 2021, the highlights of the 2022 scooter and motorcycle season will be presented at Europe’s largest motorcycle trade fair “EICMA” in Milan.

Guzzi motorcycles

The cult brand Moto Guzzi is sending the powerful and comfortable V100 into production and is bringing an impressive special model with the V85 TT d’Onore. Piaggio shows a Piaggio 1 special paintwork by top designer Feng Chen Wang.

A new Vespa Elettrica (RED) edition completes the innovations from Piaggio for 2022. After a pandemic-related forced break last year, this year the international two-wheeler industry will meet for the 78th time from November 23rd to 28th in Milan and present the model highlights of the coming season. As one of the most prominent exhibitors, the Piaggio Group with the brands Piaggio, Vespa and Moto Guzzi also uses the opportunity to present the models for the year 2022. “For us as the Austrian general importer of Piaggio, EICMA is the most important fixed point for the coming season. With the innovations announced for 2022, Piaggio shows that the company will significantly shape the mobility of the future “, Josef Faber, managing director of the Austrian Piaggio general importer Faber GmbH, is enthusiastic about the new models for 2022. Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello In 2021, the traditional Italian motorcycle manufacturer celebrated a century of passion, competence, innovation and success. Against the background of this “Centenario”, the future of Moto Guzzi is now presented with the innovative V100 Mandello.

The motorcycle combines the highest performance, which ensures a sporty, dynamic driving experience, and comfort, ideal for touring adventures. The strong character Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello is the world’s first motorcycle with adaptive aerodynamics, which is used in such a way that the position of the deflectors on the sides of the 17.5 liter tank is automatically adjusted depending on the speed and the selected driving mode. Highly developed, electronic solutions, such as a six-axis inertia platform, cornering ABS, semi-active suspension and QuickShift gearshift once again underline the innovative character of Moto Guzzi motorcycles.

The V100 is also the first Moto Guzzi machine to be powered by the newly developed “Compact Block” engine. The tradition in the history of the model is satisfied by the 90 ° transverse V-twin architecture, which guarantees a unique torque output and the inimitable Moto Guzzi sound. The engine comes in a new design: compact and with a reduced weight. The improved two-cylinder engine is also characterized by the unmistakable line design, which interprets the typical cornerstones of the Moto Guzzi style language in a modern way. With an effective displacement of 1042 cc, liquid cooling and an output of over 115 hp with a torque of over 105 Nm, the Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello lives up to its production facility on Lake Como.

The final drive with cardan shaft uses a long aluminum single arm and is now positioned on the left. As a result, the driving behavior is gentle both when accelerating and when reducing the gas, as with a chain drive. A major advantage of the cardan shaft, however, is that it requires less maintenance and is more clean. The sporty character is based not only on the performance of the new engine, but also on the qualities of a compact and manoeuvrable chassis that is able to provide excitement in curves and in more complex driving maneuvers. Even on longer journeys, it offers great stability, which is synonymous with fun and driving pleasure. The authenticity and charm of the V100 Mandello is also reflected in the unmistakable design and the striking colors in green, brown, gold and gray.

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