In Pictures: Moto Guzzi's Stunning V12 Concepts
Well-known designers Miguel Galluzzi (who penned the original Ducati Monster and Aprilia RSV4) and Pierre Terblanche (who designed the classic Ducati Supermono, 999, Multistrada 620 and 1000 and Hypermotard) set out to redefine Moto Guzzi, a classic Italian motorcycle marque known these days more for building somewhat stodgy machines instead of anything overtly modern or sporty, with a trio of concepts bikes late last year. We'd say the duo succeeded.
Hell For Leather's Wes Siler got the inside scoop from the two designers, and he's documented it all via an interview and the first studio shots ever taken of the V12 Le Mans, Strada and V12 X. Both concepts are visually interesting, though we find the X particularly stunning with its supermoto-inspired styling and blacked-out details.
Take a look at both bikes in our high-res image gallery below, and check out HFL for more details on the Strada, V12 X and Le Mans.
[Source: Hell For Leather]