Italian motorcycle brand Moto Guzzi has existed since 1921. It was founded by Mandello del Lario as Societa Anonima Moto Guzzi. Their current headquarter is at Mandello del Lario, Lombardy, Italy.
The 2014 EICMA motorcycle show is underway in Milan, Paris. Several manufacturers have revealed their new and improved flagship products. Yamaha showcased their 2015 R1 and R1 M. Aprilia, Honda and Kawasaki also had interesting products on display.
Moto Guzzi could not shy away from the action and went ahead to showcase its MGX-21 concept. The motorcycle is based on their California 1400 model. It sports several carbon fibre components, along with a matte black paint job. The brake callipers have been highlighted with red accent and an exhaust wrap.
Moto Guzzi has now confirmed whether this concept will go into production or not. We believe this a project by the manufacturer to show its potential customers the customisation options that are on offer.
The Italian manufacture have provide its MGX-21 concept with a V-twin 1380 cc engine. It will be capable of producing 96 horsepower and 120 Nm of peak torque. Moto Guzzi will be pairing their engine with a 6-speed gearbox.
The MGX-21 is a cruiser motorcycle and is a unique masterpiece from Moto Guzzi. It has a stealth look and if offered will come with a hefty price tag. The Italian manufacturer believes its motorcycles are for those who have deep faith in their brand.