The iconic V7 roadster gets a revamp for 2021, with the installation of a new high-performance engine. The classic V-twin gets an increased displacement to 850 cc, which now generates 25% more power than the previous model, and more torque too. The new engine produces a hearty 65 horsepower and 53.8 lb-ft of peak torque. While the new engine is the most important facet of the revamp, the 2021 Moto Guzzi V7 Stone also features a number of other new features. These included a revised frame, new Kayaba shocks with greater travel, improved side panels, a new saddle, and upgraded footpegs. The V7 Stone also boasts a new LED lighting system (including an eagle-shaped DRL), a new instrument cluster, aluminum wheels, and a wider rear tire. It’s the next stage in the V7’s evolutionary chain, and the extra displacement is a welcome addition to this legendary motorcycle.