The Moto Guzzi Daytona, first marketed in 1992, is, more or less, the production version of the prototype fielded by Dr. John Wittner, who went racing with rider Doug Brauneck and won the 1987 AMA Pro-Twin Championship.
The Daytona, equipped with 4 valve heads and fuel injection, went through a series of models with minor variations and in 1996, the limited edition Daytona I.E. Racing was produced in a series of only 100 units. New cams and fuel injection plus slightly higher compression gave this Guzzi 100 horsepower at 8400 rpm and a top speed of approximately 150 mph. Offered only in a single seat version it was intended for racing. This particular unit is number 100 of 100, the last one produced. It comes with a Staintune stainless exhaust.
The Moto Guzzi Daytona is definitely one of the more desireable models produced over the years, it looks good and these V-Twins have a wonderful sound.