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http://www.raptorsandrockets.com/news.html


At least that's what this website says! Let's see if they can follow thru on their boast! I think this is the first and only place on the internet that actually stated unequivocally that "real" pictures are on tap for next week and that the new GT will be on-hand at the Milan show.

Can't wait to see what all of you think if we can really disect a high res. set of pictures. For me, I really wonder what the instrument cluster looks like; K-R/S style, RT style, or something completely different.

And then, there's the question of features and options. Some time ago the information I got was that there would be "option groups"; i.e. comfort type options to luxury touring like the heated seat and cruise control; and performance things in a seperate option group like esa, HID headlights. Don't know what option group the trip computer would fall into. And as one person said, the dealers will load up on fully loaded ones at the high end of the price range. Don't know. And, I wonder if a 190 tire would be part of the "performance group".

Enough rambling - bring it on!

As a postscript, that silver Moto G. just above the BMW section on the website looks interesting as a sport-touring competitor from Europe.

Miles
 

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The Moto G looks interesting it would be nice to see one in person but I'm not aware of any Guzzi dealers close by.

The "new" GT is starting to grow on me. Not quite as angular looking as I first thought. It would be nice to have a couple of full-size bags and the S motor (not that the flying brick is any slouch). Betcha it would look wicked in Black.
 

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Podman said:
I guess this si it
Podman,

Just noticed you "scooped" me on this picture of the new bike. Started a new thread before I saw your thumbnail. Well, it's in two places and your pic is easier to see than going to a link.

Thanks for the quick work!

This is going to be interesting no matter which way those interested in the GT see the bike!

Miles
 
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