Published on September 27th, 2013 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
Aprilia Tuono V4 R APRC 2013 Model
After creating the best superbike of the new millennium, Aprilia revolutionizes the naked bike segment with this all new astonishing Tuono V4. A bike that goes beyond the wildest dreams of even the most hardcore enthusiasts where the rider who, given the chance, would use a race bike just to go for a cup of coffee or ride over a 100 kilometers to get a the state’s best fried chicken.
The performance and features of a superbike, the agility of a naked and the legacy of an innovative concept born in 2002 with the Tuono 1000 R, which was a bike that earned both critical acclaim and sales success, but with an extraordinary ace up its sleeve: the performance of a 65° V4 engine and the most advanced electronics available in a motorcycle today.
Like the original Tuono, the V4 is also immediately recognisable with its triple headlight fixed top fairing, the distinguishing trait of a bike which, like its twin cylinder predecessor, has the body and soul of its WSBK homologated sibling, but now, as well as having two world championships (the 2010 constructors’ and riders’ titles) under its belt – features two more cylinders and 41 horsepower more than before, while weighing over 22 pounds less. These astonishing figures are a testimony to the technological evolution that made this exciting model a reality. The bike is available in two colours: competition black and sunlit yellow.