Aprilia has revealed the 2021 new Tuono V4 and Tuono V4 Factory hyper naked which now comes with a new design language that reverberates with the latest Aprilia Tuono 660, new aerodynamic body, new electronic equipment, new chassis architecture and MotoGP style under-brace swingarm. The Hypernaked motorcycle is offered in two variants – the standard Tuono V4 which comes with softer ergonomics for long routes and the Tuono V4 Factory that is tuned to be ridden on the race track as well.
Aprilia has revamped the Tuono V4 and Tuono V4 Factory that now comes with the double-walled fairing derived from the RS660 superbike and features an aerodynamic appendix function. The hyper naked also comes with new triple LED headlight units incorporated with the perimeter LED daytime running lights, and cornering lights function dubbed bending lights. The brand has also refined the ergonomics of the Tuono V4 and V4 Factory, allowing the rider to better fit the motorcycle.
The Tuono V4 and V4 Factory also feature a larger new colour TFT instruments cluster, exclusive Aprilia electronic controls suite with a six-axis inertial platform, new Marelli 11MP ECU, refined APRC operating logic and full Ride-by-Wire throttle. The motorcycle also features six Riding Modes, three for the track and three for the road.
The brand has also employed a new chassis architecture which improves effectiveness and response as well as a new aluminium swingarm with a reinforced brace, with a similar geometry of the Aprilia World SBK race bikes and MotoGP bikes. The Aprilia Tuono V4 and Tuono V4 Factory are powered by a Euro5 compliant 1,077cc 65-degree V4 engine that produces 175 Hp of power and 121 Nm of torque.
The 2021 Aprilia Tuono V4 is offered in Tarmac Grey and Glacier White colour schemes. The Tuono V4 Factory is offered in the Aprilia Black colour scheme and comes with high-performance parts such as semi-active Öhlins Smart EC 2.0 as standard.