Aprilia brings the ‘Tuono V4 1100 Factory’ to Japan

 Aprilia brings the ‘Tuono V4 1100 Factory’  to Japan

About Aprilia Tuono

Aprilia’s naked series, Tuono, which means “thunder” in Italian, has long been a favorite.  As one of the most exciting adrenaline-powered motorcycles ever. 

With the know-how of Aprilia, and that has won multiple first-line races for several years.

And the history and experience of Tuono. Which has been recognized as a model that offers unrivaled performance on the circuit.

Also offers much fun on public roads, Achieve absolute performance and sophistication.

The latest Tuono V4 1100 Factory adds aggressive graphics to the semi-active electronically controlled suspension system.

That is adopted in last year’s update, and features carbon fiber parts on some exteriors, giving a fearless style.

Offering unparalleled performance with the 175HP V4 engine and racing frame.

Orders 

Piaggio Group Japan has started receiving orders for the 2020 model of Aprilia’s Supersports naked “Tuono V4 1100 Factory”. And will begin shipping them in early April.

The Touno V4 Factory is equipped with a 1077cc V4 engine that produces a maximum output of 175hp. And a maximum torque of 12.3kgm.

The flagship supersport “RSV4” demonstrates excellent performance.

It also has electronic control systems such as APRC (Aprilia Performance Ride Control). Cornering ABS, quick shift (downshift compatible), pit limiter, and cruise control.

The 2020 model uses carbon fiber front fenders, side panels, and fuel tank cover. And adopts a graphic design inspired by Aprilia’s MotoGP machine “RS-GP.”

Tricolor graphics are arranged based on matte black along the line of “RSV4 1100 Factory”.

The price is 2.09 million yen. 

Source : Aprilia Japan


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