It was revealed at EICMA , on which we at that point made some thinking with respect to the numbers that may have the sequential adaptation : the Aprilia RS 660 ended up being a standout amongst the most intriguing cruisers of the show, in any event making a decision by the number and from the tone of our perusers’ remarks.
In such a case that from one viewpoint it was relatively sure that the idea was changed into an arrangement display, as had just occurred with the Moto Guzzi V85TT a year ago, then again the planning could have been very long.
With respect to control, we would expect something in the 100hp territory, which should make for an exceptionally powerful supertwin class machine
Meant to be a lightweight/superior motorbike, the Aprilia RS 660 is ready to turn the supertwin classification on its head, as the section is overwhelmed by bikes like the Kawasaki Ninja 650.
This makes for a solid assault by the Italian brand on this unassuming class. Furthermore, we trust that Aprilia holds the dislodging under the 650cc check, so we can see the RS 660 racing in occasion resembles the Isle of Man TT’s Lightweight TT class.
Making the machine a stage will help spread the expenses over numerous tasks, so there is some expectation at that cost point.
Including Aprilia’s vigorous APRC hardware suite would be a masterstroke move from the Italians also, and that thought appears to be likely, particularly when you consider the way that those propelled rider helps were initially worked for the RSV4 stage, which will hold close relations to the RS 660.
Obviously, valuing will be critical. The Kawasaki Ninja 650 retails for $7,500 MSRP, which implies a close $10,000 price will be an unquestionable requirement for the Aprilia RS 660. Time will tell how Aprilia puts the cost for this price.
Source : Moto.it