New Moto Guzzi Stelvio debuts at Eicma 2023

The Moto Guzzi Stelvio 2024 is the on-off model from Moto Guzzi designed for adventurous travel, presented at EICMA 2023. It is built on a highly modern technical platform and is the only one in its displacement class with shaft drive transmission and an electrically adjustable windshield.

Here are all the details on EICMA dates and times, as well as information on how to get there and where the parking lots are.

All about new Moto Guzzi Stelvio 2024

The Stelvio is powered by the new “compact block” engine, recently introduced in the V100 Mandello, further refined as a cutting-edge, compact, and lightweight powerplant, designed to achieve agile handling and a sporty feel.

It is a 90° transverse V-twin with liquid cooling and double overhead camshaft distribution, featuring 4 valves per cylinder. The six-speed gearbox has been revised to make it even smoother and softer in engagement. The performance of this engine is sport-oriented: the maximum power is 115 HP at 8,700 rpm, while the maximum torque is 105 Nm at 6,750 rpm, with 82% available from as low as 3,500 rpm and a limiter set at a remarkable 9,500 rpm.

Moto Guzzi Stelvio
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The chassis includes a high-strength steel tube frame, paired with tubeless spoke wheels of 19” at the front and 17” at the rear, along with long-travel suspensions. These choices make for a comfortable ride during travels and enjoyable experiences in light off-road and spirited asphalt riding.

The Stelvio is the first Moto Guzzi available with PFF Rider Assistance Solution. The innovative rider assistance platform is based on radar technology developed by Piaggio Fast Forward, a robotics company based in Boston, founded by the Piaggio Group.

These devices play a fundamental role in active safety, providing functions like Following Cruise Control (an advanced cruise control system that uses the front radar to adjust speed based on the vehicle ahead), Forward Collision Warning (detects potential collisions with vehicles and objects in front), Blind Spot Information System (alerts the driver to vehicles in the blind spot of the rearview mirrors), and Lane Change Decision Aid System (identifies vehicles approaching laterally, creating a potential hazard).

Moto Guzzi Stelvio
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The top-notch electronic equipment is complemented by the Ride by Wire electronic throttle, a six-axis platform that optimally manages electronic controls for safety (such as Cornering ABS) and fun. There are five Riding Modes: Touring, Rain, Road, Sport, and Off-Road, managing engine braking, ABS, traction control, and engine maps. In Off-Road mode, both ABS and traction control can be deactivated. A wide range of accessories is available to tailor it to individual needs.

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