Moto Morini X-Cape 1200 Boasts a V2 Corsa Corta EVO Engine

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Moto Morini, in a significant expansion of its product range, has unveiled the eagerly awaited X-Cape 1200 at the EICMA 2023. 

Moto Morini Unveils X-Cape 1200 at EICMA 2023

Building upon the success of its predecessor, the X-Cape 650, this new addition is set to redefine adventure touring with its enhanced features and capabilities.

The X-Cape 1200 distinguishes itself with several key features. LED headlights are integrated with turn signals, ensuring greater visibility and safety. 

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A standout feature is the rear blind spot radar, a cutting-edge addition to enhance rider safety. 

The bike’s design is further complemented by a 7-inch TFT screen placed behind the windshield, which includes a navigation system, adding both functionality and convenience for the rider.

The X-Cape 1200 will come with its new V2 Corsa Corta EVO engine, capable of delivering over 125 horsepower

The engine’s power is finely controlled by four Riding Modes, which adjust engine delivery along with stability and braking controls. 

This customization allows riders to tailor their riding experience to various conditions and preferences.

Moto Morini has not compromised on the quality of components. The bike features spoked wheels size 17 inches at the rear and 19 inches at the front, equipped with tubeless Pirelli Scorpion Trail tyres

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The combination promises a sturdy grip and performance across different terrains. Adding to its impressive features is a pressure sensor that forms part of the standard equipment. 

This sensor, in conjunction with cornering ABS, supports the Brembo signature braking system, ensuring top-tier safety and control.

For those seeking additional functionality, a set of bags is available as an optional accessory, enhancing the bike’s utility for long tours or adventure trips.

Reflecting the design ethos of its smaller sibling, the X-Cape 1200 features a tall, slender profile with angular design elements. 

One of the noticeable changes from the X-Cape 650 is the sharper, swept-up headlights that give the 1200 a more distinct and aggressive look.

Moto Morini, under Chinese ownership, aims to build on the brand’s previous successes with the X-Cape 1200.

The bike is expected to be introduced in late 2023 and will compete with notable models like the Honda CRF1100L Africa Twin and the Ducati Multistrada V2.

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