The Italian company Moto Morini for the coming season has revised its most well known motorcycle Corsaro 1200 ZZ which continues to show domination of the Italian soul and design.
What should be noted is that the new Corsaro 1200 ZZ benefits continue V2 engine displacement of 1187cc, and is now compliant with EURO 4 standards, but did not affect the strength of the force that remains 140 hp. As the company points out the bike is made up of nearly 99% of Italian parts and therefore was replaced by Marzocchi suspension with Italian less known Mupo, which provides 135mm of wheel travel, so it combines high-speed stability with comfort for a stress-free ride. As for the braking system continues to use Brembo but is supported by the ABS system from Bosch. From the front is 320 mm double floating disc with four-piston monoblock radial mount calipers and rear brake 220 mm floating disc with two piston caliper.
TFT instrument panel has also refined now in color, gets new headlamps, which are made in LED technology, and innovation is an outlet of 12 V. The front grille, front fender, the space under the seat is made of carbon fiber, while the wheels are made of forged aluminum, which are wrapped in a dual-compound Pirelli Diablo Rosso tires III. All total gains is in reducing the mass which now amounts to only 192 kg.
Production Corsaro 1200 ZZ should be commence at the beginning of this year.