Japan gets exclusive V 7 III Racer and V7 III Stone S limited to 750 copies

 Japan gets exclusive V 7 III Racer and V7 III Stone S limited to 750 copies

Japan gets V7 III Racer, and V7 III Stone limited to only 750 copies

V7 III Racer

The Moto Guzzi V7 Racer, which appeared in 2010, evolved into a V7 II Racer in 2015, and a third-generation was born in 2017. 

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the first model in 2020. They adopted a new top fairing and full LED lights to further refine our unique and sporty looks.

The limited production of only 750 units, the V7 III Stone S, has a serial number engraved on the handlebar riser. 

Derived from the displacement of the “Seven-Fifty” engine assembled at the Madero plant on Lake Como.

The Moto Guzzi V7 Racer, born in 2010, is the iconic model of the V7 series with the most sporting spirit.

 Celebration of the 10th anniversary of the year, the Moto Guzzi V7 III Racer is renewed based on that tradition.

The new Moto Guzzi V7 III Racer 10th Anniversary Edition features. A new top fairing with an integrated windshield that refines the smart, sporty, and authentic cafe racer style. 

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The exclusive red graphic that highlights the unique details of the “10th anniversary” emphasizes. The top fairing and the single-seat cover also has a red graphic.

The center of the top fairing houses the new full LED headlights. And the taillights and turn signal lights also use LEDs. 

A thinner and slimmer rear mudguard and a new “bar-end” rearview mirror further enhance the modern, dynamic look.

Following a distinctive style reminiscent of successive cafe racers from the Mandello factory on the shores of Lake Como. 

It employs styling that pays tribute to this decade of tradition. 

The classic leather strap is attached to the upper part of the fuel tank. Adopts the beautiful glossy chrome steel tank like the original 2010 model.

And the number plate on the body side is “Number 7” The motif is the Italian flag with a red border.

V7 III Stone S

In the history of Moto Guzzi, the letter S is instantly reminiscent of the sporty Moto Guzzi of the early 70s. 

Such as the 1974 750 S following the 1971 V7 Sport, which features a frame painted in red.

Inspired by this rich tradition, the latest limited edition of the Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone. Deserving to be called, the S version has been born from Mandello del Lario.

 Produced as a limited edition with a serial number, the V7III Stone S is the most sporty and modern model in the series. Featuring a strong commitment to essential style and customization. 

The only model in the 2020 V7 III family that will be produced exclusively, the Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone S. 

It will only produce 750 units, a figure derived from the “750” displacement. A serial number is engraved on the handlebar riser to further emphasize the specialty of this limited edition.

The most distinctive features of the new Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone S are the beautiful satin chrome fuel tank. Covered with black leather straps and the full LED lights, including headlights, taillights, and turn signals. 

Equipped with a modern and innovative LED headlight adopted for the first time in the V7 III Stone “Night Pack,. “

A single analog meter with a lower mounting position, and a shorter and smarter mudguard.

All together with the “bar-end” rearview mirrors make Stone S more slender and dynamic.

Source : Moto Guzzi Japan

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