Italians have been the most innovative in making motorcycle since years. The best looking and highly technically aided machines are built on their land with the tag of different brands. However, while most of them are available for riders around the world, some local manufacturers built bikes only for the Italian market, such as Moto Morini.
The company have been making an exotic bunch of bikes but in a limited number since it is sold only in their own country. Among these is the Moto Morini Corsaro 1200 ZZ which has been launched by the company with the new engine. After Euro4 norms coming to life, the company had to alter the engine for keeping it compliant with the new norms while continuing the same aggressive character which is the gem of the motorcycle.
The engine of the Corsaro 1200 ZZ came into existence in 2005 and it continues to be the same, at least on paper. But the manufacturer says that it has gone through changes to meet the new rules. The bike runs on 1187cc Bialbero Corsa Corta engine which lays out 137 BHP of power and 92 Nm of torque. For emitting the smoke, it incorporates the Zard exhaust system which keeps the sound and emission in control with efficient fuel economy.
The exclusiveness of being an Italy-made motorcycle spills from every part of it as every bit has been locally built. The engine unit comes from Trivolzia, south Milan, and the adjustable front suspension is provided by Mupo from Bologna. The Radial Brembo monoblock callipers and Pirelli Diablo Rosso III tyres are exported from Italy across the world, and this is extended up to the 5-inch TFT screen which has been supplied by AIM, from Italy of course.
Another wow factor of the Moto Morini Corsaro 1200 ZZ is that it is built as per the customer demands. The company takes care of the desired specifications and builds it accordingly. This is why no motorcycle is exactly similar to the other.