Like most Guzzis of the past three decades, the Norge is powered by an air-cooled, two-valve, pushrod, transverse 90-degree V-twin with longitudinal crank and shaft drive-think BMW Boxer with its cylinders tipped up. Compared to the 92 x 80mm cylinders of the 1064cc Breva, the Norge has a 3mm larger bore and 1.2mm longer stroke for 1133cc, making it the biggest mass-produced Guzzi yet. Naturally, output is said to have been increased, though it's difficult to say by how much. Guzzi's press materials give maximum power as "over 66 kw (95 hp) at 7500 rpm," but according to our calculations, 66 kilowatts equals 89 horsepower. Considering that the Breva is said to make 84 hp, we're inclined to believe the lower figure. Torque is also said to be up from 64 lb.-ft. on the Breva to 74 on the Norge at 5800 rpm.