Australian Moto Guzzi fans will soon have six cruiser models to choose from when the exciting MGX-21 Flying Fortress arrives in the next couple of months.
The impressive looking hi-tech bagger includes a double-bubble batwing fairing, 21-inch front wheel, carbon fibre body and connectivity.
We love the above video which highlights the connectivity with the AC/DC track Hells Bells displayed.
Apart from the multimedia player, the Flying Fortress comes with ABS, adjustable traction control, ride-by-wire throttle and cruise control.
It’s powered by the California cruiser range’s 1380cc transverse V-twin with 71kW of power at a high 6500 revs and 120Nm of torque at a low 2750rpm.
There is no word yet on ride-away pricing, but it will be much more than the other California-based cruisers: Custom ($22,000), Audace ($24,500), Eldorado ($24,500), Touring $25,000) and Touring SE ($27,000).
There is also no word on the launch date. Current Australia importers of Moto Guzzi, John Sample Group, is currently in the throes of handing over to new importers PS Imports.
The ultra-mean MGX-21 Flying Fortress was unveiled at the EICMA show in Milan 2014 and the production model was launched at the recent Sturgis Motorcycle.