To begin, the Corsaro twins share a 750cc liquid-cooled V-Twin engine. Its production statistics are yet unknown, however, the cylinders are arranged in a genuine V-shape rather than the present 270-degree configuration. The design and nomenclature of the two Corsaro bikes varies. The basic model is a thoroughbred streetfighter with a plethora of razor-sharp components. Meanwhile, the Corsaro Sport is a supersport offering with complete fairing on both sides. Brembo brakes, a hydraulic clutch, and Pirelli Diablo Rosso 4 tires are standard on both variants.
The Milano and X-Cape 1200 are the bigger siblings. Moto Morini has employed a 1200cc V-twin engine in the aforementioned bikes, and power numbers for these two have yet to be published. The X-Cape 1200 is designed in the same manner as its smaller sister. It has a single-piece LED headlamp with two independent projectors inside its fascia. It has a transparent visor and big side panels, as well as a swooping fuel tank that fits flush with the rider seat. The Milani, on the other hand, is a neo-retro offering with a spherical LED headlamp, a large fuel tank, and a one-piece seat.
In India, Moto Morini now sells the X-Cape (750) and the Seiemmezzo. Because it only has two bikes in its current lineup, the company might introduce the recently announced 750s to India.