The Piaggio Group showcases many models from all of its brands at the 2011 EICMA.
We already introduced Piaggio X10, Aprilia SRV 850 and Vespa Quarantasei, now let’s have a quick look through the other most significant ones.
Moto Guzzi V7 now available in three models: the V7 (a classic motorcycle), the V7 Special (for upmarket tourism and speed enthusiasts) and the V7 Racer (the highly advanced racing version), all based on the fully re-engineered 90° V-twin engine.
The new Moto Guzzi Nevada, powered by the new 750 two-cylinder, retains the characteristic custom design but features a less laid-back riding position for greater control.
Piaggio presents the Beverly SportTouring, a sporty version of the successful Beverly with a completely new 33 hp 350 cc engine, a 150/70 rear tyre and a new look, and is also first scooter in the world with ABS/ASR.
Then there is the revamped Fly, which has undergone a full restyling and will go on sale worldwide.
Initially available in a 50 cc, 4-stroke, 4V version, it will later be joined by 125 and 150 cc models as well.
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View the full Piaggio Group line-up at the 2011 EICMA photo galleryAprilia’s most shining star at the 2011 EICMA is the SRV 850 maxi-scooter, but also quite interesting is the SR Motard, a Supermoto-inspired sporty scooter powered by either a 2-stroke 50cc or a robust 4-stroke 125cc.
We bet it will become a best seller among young riders.
Derbi introduces the Variant Sport, a new sporty high wheel scooter delivering impressive performance and reliability at an affordable cost.
It will come with 14” wheels and will be available with two engines: a 2-stroke 50cc and a 4-stroke 125cc.