2023 Moto Morini’s V-twin Returning

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Following China Zhongneng Vehicle Group's acquisition of Moto Morini in 2018, the brand has slowly begun to regain public attention. It is currently getting ready to introduce a new, large adventure bike powered by an upgraded version of its previous V-twin engine.

The Granpasso, Corsaro, Milano, and Scrambler models from Morini, which are powered by 1,187cc Bialbero CorsaCorta V-twin engines, are currently virtually in limbo. Moto Morini has been overhauling its product selection based on the all-new X-Cape and Seiemezzo models, both of which employ a 650cc parallel twin based on the engine used by CFMoto, because the engine in both bikes doesn't comply with European emissions regulations. 

The 1,187cc V-twin will return in a leaner, cleaner form, the manufacturer has made it clear, and larger-displaced models are on the way.

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Although the renowned Italian brand hasn't been active in the US in some time, its resurgence may finally result in its return.

These images display the motorcycle that is most likely to spearhead the Bialbero CorsaCorta engine's return: A brand-new adventure vehicle that shares a family with the X-Cape. Images demonstrate that, despite already having a sizable adventure bike with a V-twin engine, the Granpasso, Morini has chosen to create a completely new model around the updated engine rather of bringing the old one back. 

With a nearly vertical screen and a forward-biased visual bulk that play into the typical Dakar rally themes we expect to see on such bikes, it is a far more conventionally sized vehicle than the Granpasso was.

It lacks the overused "beak" that so many other adventure tourers employ, and when viewed from above, it is obvious that the fuel tank is incredibly broad, which is highlighted by the bike's relatively narrow nose fairing and single, U-shaped headlamp.\

Contrary to what the aesthetics may suggest, the Bialbero engine does not actually rest within an aluminum-beam frame. The spar-like pieces may really be cover panels for a steel trellis chassis that is bolted to alloy braces located around the swingarm pivot.

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Dakar-inspired frame is made up of a cast-alloy swingarm and monoshock. Front fender covers a wheel that appears to be 19 inches in diameter, rather than the 21 inches that would be used if it had serious mud-bogging intentions.

A Bialbero CorsaCorta engine was good for around 132 horsepower in older models.

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