Moto Guzzi introduces new 2022 V7 Stone and V85 TT range

Moto Guzzi introduces new 2022 V7 Stone and V85 TT range

With a passion and talent in their work made the small motorcycle manufacturer in Mandello del Lario famous and their ceaseless technical innovations. They enjoyed great success over several decades and went beyond the borders of Italy. 

In the early days of motoring, Carlo Guzzi and his fellow Giorgio Parodi

Angelo Parodi associates were not content with the dream machines of Europe were at the time. However, they wanted to build something different. And thus we knew that in 1921, Moto Guzzi came into existence.

V7 Stone Range

The V7 Stone version has always been interpreted with a more pronounced visual flair than the other two. In 2022 it is updated with two new finishes. Metallic Yellow, more cheerful and dashing. Which joins the Copper Orange with Rough Black and Aluminum Gray version that had recently enriched its range. 

The livery of the classic Special version remains unchanged with the new Formal Blue and Casual Gray. New iconic graphics on the fuel tank speak to the new engine capacity.While a host of thoughtful chromatic details distinguish its shape and colour.With finishes that blend tradition and innovation to perfection. 


Such as the spoked wheels with polished aluminium channels. And black hubs, an instrument panel with two analogue circular dials and the bulb-like headlight.

The Moto Guzzi V7 is a unique bike that combines the style.Comfort and ample space of the naked classic roadster with the agility, responsiveness and versatility of the Sport Bike. 

The V7 Stone follows this formula but with additional contents make it even more agile on the curves because of its short wheelbase and low centre of gravity. 

And it arrives with an 850 cc engine churning 65 horsepower. The Moto Guzzi V7 Stone retails at 8,990 euros, while the V7 Special comes at 9,390 euros.

Moto Guzzi V85 TT range

It is not just important to offer products that represent technological innovation about engine performance and electronics in the Moto Guzzi world. 

Each machine must stand out in terms of design. The result of an intense study aimed at highlighting more each character trait that distinguishes Moto Guzzi bikes. 

 Its classic lines combine tradition and modernity, materials and manufacturing process. The new Moto Guzzi V85 TT Guardia d’Onore is a bike bears witness to history and looks to the future.


A rare example of this approach is the V85 TT Guardia d’Onore.Introduced in selected dealerships across Europe on February 25th for 13,990 euros. And only 1946 units are produced. The special version arrives in collaboration with the Corazzieri Regiment.

 In a design in line with today’s trends, this version sets off the versatility of its finished vehicle. Or more precise frame, hosts a Euro 5 compliant engine. The new V85 TT model is available in the three distinctive colours that now give the typical colour configuration of Moto Guzzi.

The colour range of the Moto Guzzi V85 TT is more eyecatching than ever with the addition of Verde Altaj. The iconic green of the House of the Eagle. 

New shades

It joins Nero Etna black, Giallo Mojave yellow and striking red Rosso Uluru. To create a palette of bold, no-nonsense tones.

The 2022 Moto Guzzi V85 TT for 2022 retails at 11,990 euros. While the one with the “Evocative Graphics” arrives at 12,190 euros.

The V85 TT TRAVEL includes all the tech updates of its V85 TT sibling. It comes with all the features that you’ll need on a long trip. Such as the Touring windshield. Urban series side panniers with increased capacity and reduced bulk, LED auxiliary lights.

Adjustable heated handgrips and last. But not least, the Moto Guzzi MIA multimedia platform available as an extra. The TT TRAVEl model comes in Grigna Gray shade with a 13,990 euros price tag.

via Moto Guzzi


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