MOTO GUZZI V100 MANDELLO | Crossover bike with water-cooled V2

 Moto Guzzi is celebrating its 100th birthday and is presenting the Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello at EICMA 2021, a new crossover bike with a new water-cooled V2 and new assistance systems.

Admittedly, the saying is pretty flat, but it shoots Guzzi friends involuntarily through the head: The eagle was sick for many years, now it's flying again, thank God! Because if Moto Guzzi, since 2004 under the wing of the Piaggio Group, which is not known as a risk taker, now courageously constructs the very first water-cooled V2 of the house, there is still hope - for Guzzi, for the combustion engine and for the future of all of our motorcycles.  First motorcycle with adaptive aerodynamics But now quickly from the pathetic to the concrete: First pictures and information about the new Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello were already known at a pre-premiere in September. The manufacturer is now releasing further information about the Milan trade fair, but by no means all of them, for example no price. But he proudly lists the innovations of the water-cooled V2. According to this, the V100 Mandello, named after the factory on Lake Como, is the first motorcycle in the world to be inspired by adaptive aerodynamics: In addition to the windshield, there are small wings in the fairing, so-called flaps, which open and close depending on the speed and also drives the cockpit window up and down automatically.  First Guzzi with cornering ABS Other premieres: The Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello is the first Guzzi with a six-axis sensor and thus cornering ABS, the first Guzzi with a semi-active chassis and the first Guzzi with a quickshifter. In addition, the Mandello offers four driving modes (Travel, Sport, Rain and Road) and an engine drag torque control that can be set in three stages. Plus, as we think, a visually successful motorcycle that skilfully combines tradition and modernity, from the slotted side covers in the style of Le Mans to the muscular shape of the 17.5 liter tank. The lighting is based on LED technology all around, even with cornering lights at the front. A 5-inch color TFT display, which can also be used to integrate smartphones, provides information in the cockpit.  Water-cooled V2 with 105 Nm at 3,500 rpm There is also a lot of news with the engine with a displacement of 1,042 cm³. Compared to before, the cylinder heads of the Wasser-V2 have been rotated by 90 degrees, which makes the driver's seating position more comfortable and also allows the intake ducts and the injection system to be better positioned. "Compact Block" is what Guzzi calls the new V2, it is 103 mm shorter than the one in the V85 TT. Its four valves per cylinder are driven by two overhead, chain-controlled camshafts. The result is an extremely promising performance because it is torque-oriented. It should be a good 115 PS and a good 105 Nm, both of which are already available at 3,500 rpm - that's a word, not just for a Guzzi!  In general, Moto Guzzi attaches great importance to comfort with its new crossover bike, for example with the ample seat and the suitcases available as accessories. But sport and driving dynamics are not neglected, the Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello should move stable and agile at the same time, which is supported by the comparatively compact wheelbase of 1,486 mm. Even the cardan torque should disappear thanks to the newly designed single-sided swing arm.  Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello only from June 2022 The Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello is announced in two versions, the more luxurious one comes with a semi-active Öhlins chassis, quickshifter, heated grips and connectivity as standard. However, it is not to be expected before June 2022 - a really tough wait in view of the exciting innovations.  CONCLUSION Whether the market accepts the Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello as happily as the latest innovation, the V85 TT travel enduro, depends not least on the price. But we don't have any information on that yet.

Admittedly, the saying is pretty flat, but it shoots Guzzi friends involuntarily through the head: The eagle was sick for many years, now it's flying again, thank God! Because if Moto Guzzi, since 2004 under the wing of the Piaggio Group, which is not known as a risk taker, now courageously constructs the very first water-cooled V2 of the house, there is still hope - for Guzzi, for the combustion engine and for the future of all of our motorcycles.

First motorcycle with adaptive aerodynamics

But now quickly from the pathetic to the concrete: First pictures and information about the new Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello were already known at a pre-premiere in September. The manufacturer is now releasing further information about the Milan trade fair, but by no means all of them, for example no price. But he proudly lists the innovations of the water-cooled V2. 

According to this, the V100 Mandello, named after the factory on Lake Como, is the first motorcycle in the world to be inspired by adaptive aerodynamics: In addition to the windshield, there are small wings in the fairing, so-called flaps, which open and close depending on the speed and also drives the cockpit window up and down automatically.

Admittedly, the saying is pretty flat, but it shoots Guzzi friends involuntarily through the head: The eagle was sick for many years, now it's flying again, thank God! Because if Moto Guzzi, since 2004 under the wing of the Piaggio Group, which is not known as a risk taker, now courageously constructs the very first water-cooled V2 of the house, there is still hope - for Guzzi, for the combustion engine and for the future of all of our motorcycles.  First motorcycle with adaptive aerodynamics But now quickly from the pathetic to the concrete: First pictures and information about the new Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello were already known at a pre-premiere in September. The manufacturer is now releasing further information about the Milan trade fair, but by no means all of them, for example no price. But he proudly lists the innovations of the water-cooled V2. According to this, the V100 Mandello, named after the factory on Lake Como, is the first motorcycle in the world to be inspired by adaptive aerodynamics: In addition to the windshield, there are small wings in the fairing, so-called flaps, which open and close depending on the speed and also drives the cockpit window up and down automatically.  First Guzzi with cornering ABS Other premieres: The Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello is the first Guzzi with a six-axis sensor and thus cornering ABS, the first Guzzi with a semi-active chassis and the first Guzzi with a quickshifter. In addition, the Mandello offers four driving modes (Travel, Sport, Rain and Road) and an engine drag torque control that can be set in three stages. Plus, as we think, a visually successful motorcycle that skilfully combines tradition and modernity, from the slotted side covers in the style of Le Mans to the muscular shape of the 17.5 liter tank. The lighting is based on LED technology all around, even with cornering lights at the front. A 5-inch color TFT display, which can also be used to integrate smartphones, provides information in the cockpit.  Water-cooled V2 with 105 Nm at 3,500 rpm There is also a lot of news with the engine with a displacement of 1,042 cm³. Compared to before, the cylinder heads of the Wasser-V2 have been rotated by 90 degrees, which makes the driver's seating position more comfortable and also allows the intake ducts and the injection system to be better positioned. "Compact Block" is what Guzzi calls the new V2, it is 103 mm shorter than the one in the V85 TT. Its four valves per cylinder are driven by two overhead, chain-controlled camshafts. The result is an extremely promising performance because it is torque-oriented. It should be a good 115 PS and a good 105 Nm, both of which are already available at 3,500 rpm - that's a word, not just for a Guzzi!  In general, Moto Guzzi attaches great importance to comfort with its new crossover bike, for example with the ample seat and the suitcases available as accessories. But sport and driving dynamics are not neglected, the Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello should move stable and agile at the same time, which is supported by the comparatively compact wheelbase of 1,486 mm. Even the cardan torque should disappear thanks to the newly designed single-sided swing arm.  Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello only from June 2022 The Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello is announced in two versions, the more luxurious one comes with a semi-active Öhlins chassis, quickshifter, heated grips and connectivity as standard. However, it is not to be expected before June 2022 - a really tough wait in view of the exciting innovations.  CONCLUSION Whether the market accepts the Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello as happily as the latest innovation, the V85 TT travel enduro, depends not least on the price. But we don't have any information on that yet.

First Guzzi with cornering ABS

Other premieres: The Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello is the first Guzzi with a six-axis sensor and thus cornering ABS, the first Guzzi with a semi-active chassis and the first Guzzi with a quickshifter. In addition, the Mandello offers four driving modes (Travel, Sport, Rain and Road) and an engine drag torque control that can be set in three stages. 

Plus, as we think, a visually successful motorcycle that skilfully combines tradition and modernity, from the slotted side covers in the style of Le Mans to the muscular shape of the 17.5 liter tank. The lighting is based on LED technology all around, even with cornering lights at the front. A 5-inch color TFT display, which can also be used to integrate smartphones, provides information in the cockpit.

Water-cooled V2 with 105 Nm at 3,500 rpm

There is also a lot of news with the engine with a displacement of 1,042 cm³. Compared to before, the cylinder heads of the Wasser-V2 have been rotated by 90 degrees, which makes the driver's seating position more comfortable and also allows the intake ducts and the injection system to be better positioned. "Compact Block" is what Guzzi calls the new V2, it is 103 mm shorter than the one in the V85 TT.

Admittedly, the saying is pretty flat, but it shoots Guzzi friends involuntarily through the head: The eagle was sick for many years, now it's flying again, thank God! Because if Moto Guzzi, since 2004 under the wing of the Piaggio Group, which is not known as a risk taker, now courageously constructs the very first water-cooled V2 of the house, there is still hope - for Guzzi, for the combustion engine and for the future of all of our motorcycles.  First motorcycle with adaptive aerodynamics But now quickly from the pathetic to the concrete: First pictures and information about the new Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello were already known at a pre-premiere in September. The manufacturer is now releasing further information about the Milan trade fair, but by no means all of them, for example no price. But he proudly lists the innovations of the water-cooled V2. According to this, the V100 Mandello, named after the factory on Lake Como, is the first motorcycle in the world to be inspired by adaptive aerodynamics: In addition to the windshield, there are small wings in the fairing, so-called flaps, which open and close depending on the speed and also drives the cockpit window up and down automatically.  First Guzzi with cornering ABS Other premieres: The Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello is the first Guzzi with a six-axis sensor and thus cornering ABS, the first Guzzi with a semi-active chassis and the first Guzzi with a quickshifter. In addition, the Mandello offers four driving modes (Travel, Sport, Rain and Road) and an engine drag torque control that can be set in three stages. Plus, as we think, a visually successful motorcycle that skilfully combines tradition and modernity, from the slotted side covers in the style of Le Mans to the muscular shape of the 17.5 liter tank. The lighting is based on LED technology all around, even with cornering lights at the front. A 5-inch color TFT display, which can also be used to integrate smartphones, provides information in the cockpit.  Water-cooled V2 with 105 Nm at 3,500 rpm There is also a lot of news with the engine with a displacement of 1,042 cm³. Compared to before, the cylinder heads of the Wasser-V2 have been rotated by 90 degrees, which makes the driver's seating position more comfortable and also allows the intake ducts and the injection system to be better positioned. "Compact Block" is what Guzzi calls the new V2, it is 103 mm shorter than the one in the V85 TT. Its four valves per cylinder are driven by two overhead, chain-controlled camshafts. The result is an extremely promising performance because it is torque-oriented. It should be a good 115 PS and a good 105 Nm, both of which are already available at 3,500 rpm - that's a word, not just for a Guzzi!  In general, Moto Guzzi attaches great importance to comfort with its new crossover bike, for example with the ample seat and the suitcases available as accessories. But sport and driving dynamics are not neglected, the Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello should move stable and agile at the same time, which is supported by the comparatively compact wheelbase of 1,486 mm. Even the cardan torque should disappear thanks to the newly designed single-sided swing arm.  Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello only from June 2022 The Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello is announced in two versions, the more luxurious one comes with a semi-active Öhlins chassis, quickshifter, heated grips and connectivity as standard. However, it is not to be expected before June 2022 - a really tough wait in view of the exciting innovations.  CONCLUSION Whether the market accepts the Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello as happily as the latest innovation, the V85 TT travel enduro, depends not least on the price. But we don't have any information on that yet.

 Its four valves per cylinder are driven by two overhead, chain-controlled camshafts. The result is an extremely promising performance because it is torque-oriented. It should be a good 115 PS and a good 105 Nm, both of which are already available at 3,500 rpm - that's a word, not just for a Guzzi!

In general, Moto Guzzi attaches great importance to comfort with its new crossover bike, for example with the ample seat and the suitcases available as accessories. But sport and driving dynamics are not neglected, the Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello should move stable and agile at the same time, which is supported by the comparatively compact wheelbase of 1,486 mm. Even the cardan torque should disappear thanks to the newly designed single-sided swing arm.

Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello only from June 2022

The Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello is announced in two versions, the more luxurious one comes with a semi-active Öhlins chassis, quickshifter, heated grips and connectivity as standard. However, it is not to be expected before June 2022 - a really tough wait in view of the exciting innovations.

CONCLUSION

Whether the market accepts the Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello as happily as the latest innovation, the V85 TT travel enduro, depends not least on the price. But we don't have any information on that yet.

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