Back in March, Piaggio Vice President of design Miguel Galluzzi revealed the Italian firm would release several versions of the new Moto Guzzi California 1400 including a full touring version. We’ve seen photographs of the new California in prototype form from Piaggio‘s North American dealer meeting, but we’ve now come across a picture of what looks like the final production version in full touring trim.

The picture,  appears to have been leaked from an official catalog photoshoot, shows the new Moto Guzzi California 1400 with hard bags, engine bars, extra lighting and windscreen. Unlike the prototype we saw in March, the one in this photograph has a slightly larger front fender, passenger grab handle, blacked-out engine, two-tone seat and longer pipes.

We may hear more about the Moto Guzzi California 1400 in all its iterations in the weeks ahead, possibly Oct. 2 at the Intermot show in Cologne, Germany, but more likely Nov. 13 at the EICMA show in Milan, Italy for Piaggio’s home market.

[Source: Insella]

  • barney

    Beautiful! Fabulous Italian cruiser. Love Moto Guzzi style.

  • Rob

    Really Great!

  • basalik

    i have a mg 750 sport 1973 and a mg 850 t5 1985. beautifull california 1400, but expensive. it costs in Italy 20 000 euros more than a car. ciao