The bike features a versatile design that’s meant to walk the line between an adventure bike and a touring motorcycle. It’s an entry-level version of the bike. The bike gets aluminum panniers, adventure tires, a taller windscreen, heated grips, and a Sabbia Namib livery.
The bike is more or less the same otherwise. It has the same engine, same size gas tank, and the same chassis and controls. The 853cc engine puts out 80 hp and 59 lb-ft of torque. The bike also gets Brembo brakes, ABS, three riding modes and Moto Guzzi’s MIA multimedia system. The price of the bike is yet to be announced.
This is one of the more interesting ADV bikes out there, and it’s no surprise that Moto Guzzi wants to add another option to the lineup. This should help the bike appeal to even more potential buyers.