Aprilia Japan starts getting orders for  Aprilia “RSV4 1100 Factory”

Aprilia Japan starts getting orders for Aprilia “RSV4 1100 Factory”

Piaggio Group Japan has started receiving orders for Aprilia’s flagship supersport “RSV4 1100 Factory” equipped with an electronically controlled semi-active suspension, and will ship it from early April.

Specs

The weight of the vehicle is bike to 199kg by adopting a lightweight titanium silencer. Made by Akrapovic and a lithium ion battery made by Bosch.

The RSV4 1100 factory is equipped with. A 1078cc V4 engine that generates 217HP of maximum output and 122Nm of maximum torque. 

A carbon winglet is standard on the side cowl. At the start of the corner, the wheelie tendency is suppressed .While at the same time contributing to improved stability in hard braking.

The semi-active mode has three modes for slick tires / circuit driving, compound tires / circuit driving, and for public roads.

It features a high-performance hydraulic technology that absorbs vibrations. According to the conditions of the road surface and has three levels of semi-active intervention. 

On the other hand, the manual mode provides a variety of preset settings. In the same way as the operation of the mechanical suspension system. 

Depending on your preference and riding style, you can customize the suspension and fine-tune it.

The coloring is graphic design. That is reminiscent of Aprilia’s MotoGP machine “RS-GP”. The price is 2.97 million yen.

Japan will get below paint scheme that has tri color marked on it.

Also you can also see the below details specs sheet of RSV4 Factory 1100.

Aprilia_RSV4_1100_Factory_Specs_Sheet


Source : Aprilia Japan

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