No word yet on the Calibro’s weight, though Motorcycle.com assumes around 441lbs.
While the steel double-cradle frame rolls on tubeless rubber and aluminum alloy rims, suspension arrives in the form of a traditional front fork carrying 5.5” of travel and twin shock absorbers in the rear boasting 4.3” of travel.
Complete the package with a 3.9-gallon fuel tank, a digi-analog display, and the fact that Moto Morini will also be tricking this model out in accessories. Examples will include adjustable footpegs and not be limited to the EICMA 2023 model’s standard hard bags and windscreen.
2024 Moto Morini Milano
This new naked model carries a stunning 1187cc, 87°, liquid-cooled, V-Twin engine; specs are still TBD, though Auto X presumes that we’ll be able to get around 115hp and 104Nm of peak yank for that figure.
The punt is housed in a pivotless chassis and speaks out of a double-barrel exhaust and header pipes, which accompany a TFT display and four different ride modes, alongside the perk of Brembo brakes.
Standby for further updates on the Milano.
2024 Moto Morini X-Cape 1200
Featuring the same 1187cc, 87°, liquid-cooled, V2 Corsa Corta EVO engine as the svelte and aggressive Milano, the X-Cape 1200 comes with the welcome addition of cruise control and premium rubber rollers in the form of Pirelli Scorpion Trail 2 tires.
Apart from that, we’re assuming we’re getting a vibe similar to that of the first X-Cape that debuted in 2021.
The 2024 Corsaro Sport is the ultimate machine to punch it, thanks to the made-in-Italy, 90°, twin-cylinder engine has been getting some serious attention.
This is a 750cc heart purported to be capable of around 96hp, housed inside an aluminum twin-spar and steel tube chassis.
The whole bike is said to have a wet weight ranking of around 440lbs, with fully-adjustable suspension and 17” cast-aluminum wheels (120/70-17 front and 190/55-17 rear) following the potential for Brembo stoppage.
2024 Moto Morini Corsaro 750
Meet the naked version of the Corsaro Sport: The Corsaro 750.
Chassis, suspension, wheels and engine remain identical to the full-faired sibling, with the further obligatory guess that ABS will be somewhere in the hostof electronics yet to be debuted.
What do you think of Moto Morini’s five new models?