The new 2025 Moto Morini Corsaro 750 naked and fully faired Corsaro Sport were announced for the U.S. market at the 2024 AIMExpo show in Las Vegas. The brand says these new models are a reinterpretation of Moto Morini’s historic Corsaro, “embodying its past values while expressing defining elements of Moto Morini’s future.”
These two new models by the Italian brand appear to be mostly the same, though there are a few differences. They share the same engine, frame, braking components, and suspension, but the Sport gets a wider rear tire, clip-ons, a taller seat, and more bodywork compared to the Corsaro 750.
Both models are powered by a new 749cc 90-degree V-Twin with a claimed power output of 96 hp and a bore and stroke of 90mm and 58.9mm, respectively. Moto Morini claims a top speed of 130 mph. Highlights of the engine include a dry sump and counter-rotating crankshaft.
Brembo brake components include dual 320mm front discs paired with 4-piston monoblock calipers and a 220mm rear disc with a 1-piston caliper, and ABS is standard. The inverted fork is fully adjustable, and these bikes feature a progressive link shock in the rear.
The frame for the Moto Morini Corsaro 750 and Corsaro Sport is made of both aluminum and steel with an aluminum swingarm. The wheelbase is 57.6 inches, and the claimed curb weight is 441 lb. The Corsaro 750 has a seat height of 32.3 inches, while the fully faired version gets a taller seat of 33.1 inches.
Both models feature 17-inch aluminum wheels. The rear tire of the Corsaro Sport is wider at 190mm compared to the Corsaro 750’s 180mm.
Pricing for the 2025 Moto Morini Corsaro 750 and Corsaro Sport has not yet been announced.