Piaggio India launches the Aprilia RS 660, Tuono 660, RSV4, Tuono V4 and Moto Guzzi V85 TT
Piaggio India has launched a range of superbikes in India, including the much-anticipated RS 660, Tuono 660, RSV4, Tuono V4, and Moto Guzzi V85 TT. All Motoplex outlets in India now have the all new range of bikes/superbikes from Aprilia, that comply with the newest regulatory criteria.
The stunning new Aprilia RS 660 and Tuono 660 have ex-showroom prices of Rs 13.39 lakh and Rs 13.09 lakh, respectively. The overpowered RSV4 and Tuono V4 have ex-showroom prices of 23.69 lakh and Rs 20.66 lakh, respectively. The Moto Guzzi V85 TT will be priced at Rs 15.40 lakh.
This is going to be the very first time Aprilia will offer their smaller-displacement bikes in the Indian market. The Aprilia RS 660 delivers the Aprilia track experience to the road with its athletic attitude and striking modern aesthetics. Its one-of-a-kind design results in a light, compact bike with elegant, nimble proportions. The new 660 cc twin-cylinder engine produces 101PS and 67 Nm of torque and is Euro 5 compatible, providing snappy performance in all circumstances.
The Tuono 660 is the result of combining the classic Tuono V4 with the RS 660's sophisticated technology. Its powerful blend of power and remarkable lightness offers a genuinely spectacular and unique riding experience. It's fun, simple, and a stunner from a visual perspective. Tuono 660 is a record-breaker in its category, with an outstanding power-to-weight ratio that makes it an approachable sportbike for any rider, both on the road and on the track. The Tuono 660 uses the RSV4 derived 660 parallel-twin engine but is the least powerful of the 4 superbikes. It produces 95PS and the same 67 Nm of torque we see in the RS 660.
Powered by the transversal 90° V-twin with two valves per cylinder, the Moto Guzzi V85 TT is for the riders who prefer their action away from the road. The 853cc V-twin produces 76PS at and 82Nm of torque. The grey of the chassis and bold graphic elements on the fuel tank and side panels of the bike complement the bodywork perfectly. The regular version's unique livery has a stunning red frame, two-tone components, and a Skai suede effect saddle with double-stitched borders and a grey thread Moto Guzzi emblem.
Aprilia's flagship product is the Aprilia RSV4. Aprilia's finest speed and sophisticated technological features are aimed at delivering the racing experience. Its updated 1,099cc engine produces 217PS and 125 Nm of torque. Expect this superbike to outperform any of its competitors thanks to an APRC system (Aprilia Performance Ride Control), a racing frame and suspension, and a number of first-rate electronic controls. Multi-level engine brake control, launch control, cruise control, traction control, speed limiter, ABS, and wheelie control are also included.
The Aprilia Tuono V4 continues to set the standard in the Hyper naked category with performance and sophistication, the product of Aprilia know-how and the unrivalled expertise of this class of bike's riders, that provides pure delight on both the road and the track. The Tuono's 1077cc V4 engine remains unchanged except that it now complies with/BS6 emission regulations and despite all that, the Tuono still puts out the same 175PS at and 121Nm of torque.
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