Aprilia has unveiled the new Tuono V4 and V4 Factory – with styling updates and chassis tweaks.

The Italian factory’s Tuono V4 is inspired by the style seen in the Tuono 660 which was unveiled last week.


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Aprilia say the Tuono’s raised handlebar and a new and improved protective top fairing adds to a more comforting and protected riding position on the bike. The passenger is no longer a barely-tolerated guest and now benefits from an ample and comfortable portion of saddle and lower footpegs.

The engine remains unchanged, but is now Euro5 compliant. Riders will still get 173bhp and 89lbft of torque from the V4 unit.

The Tuono V4 range adapts all qualities of handling and stability provided by a frame that is closely derived from that of the Aprilia RSV4, assisted by top of line braking and the Öhlins Smart EC 2.0 semi-active suspension system


The narrow V architecture has made it possible to make an engine that is extremely compact lengthways which helps to centralise weights and achieve a compact chassis

Aerodynamic wings are built into the plastics, which also house the headlight unit with DRL  lights featuring “bending lights”.

The standard model will be available in grey or white, while the Factory Tuono will only be available in black and red. Prices are yet to be released.


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