The Stone is matte black throughout, and the only V7 III with a singular gauge readout, cast wheels, and a shorter front fender. The Special features bright colors on the tank, some chrome bits, spoke wheels, dual gauge instrumentation, and fork stanchion protectors instead of dust boots. The Racer is distinct with its red frame, brushed chrome tank finish, number plate up front and on the side, and fully adjustable Öhlins shocks. Based on the Special, the Anniversario’s chrome tank (which adds weight) and brown leather stitched saddle stand out, as does the V750 badge. With a limited edition of 750 bikes being produced of this 50th anniversary edition bike, each V7 III Anniversario will have a serial plate indicating its number of production. Moto Guzzi did not announce pricing or on sale dates for the new V7 III bikes, but we’re hoping it’s not much more than the previous gen V7, ranging from $9,000 to $11,200.