Moto Morini has announced that the company will sell 30 units of the 2019 Milano prior to its production release. Buyers of the limited-edition Milanos will receive their motorcycles by the end of October 2018. The rest of the public will have to wait for Moto Morini to roll out the rest of its Milanos into showrooms around April 2019.
The 2019 Moto Morini Milano was first revealed last year as the spiritual successor to the Moto Morini 3 1/2 Sport from the ‘70s. The new motorcycle was styled, with modern-classic inspirations and distinctly Italian flare, by the designer Angel Lussiana. Powering the Milano is the Bialbero Corsa Corta 1,187cc V-twin tuned to make 111.5 PS, developed by Moto Morini’s star engine builder, Franco Lambertini — who was also responsible, way back in 1969, for the 344cc engine found in the 3 1/2 Sport.
The stunning, sporty naked motorcycle is built around a trellis frame in true Moto Morini fashion. The 2019 Milano rides on fully adjustable suspension for both the front and rear, with the latter working with a trellis swingarm. Four-piston calipers bite down on the 320 mm dual front discs while a two-piston unit and 220mm disc slows the rear. Switchable ABS comes standard.
The 30 special Milanos will come with limited-edition numbers, uniquely handmade saddles, two-tone metallic paint, an aluminum strip on the fuel tank, and white wheel rims. They will also be equipped with Rizoma mirrors and indictors, while owners will receive a motorcycle cover, a Moto Morini jacket, and a Moto Morini helmet. Moto Morini is selling the limited-edition Milano for €17,500.