The Italian bike producer Aprilia has simply launched its latest RS 660 supersport motorcycle. The motorcycle was first launched in a type of an idea motorcycle on the 2018 EICMA occasion, Milan, Italy.
At EICMA 2019, the unique type of the Aprilia RS 660 was lastly exhibited. The attention-grabbing a part of the brand new motorcycle from Aprilia is that there’s a twin 660 cc parallel engine referred to as “half V4”.
The nomenclature comes from the truth that the engine embedded on the RS 660, is half of the 1100 cc V4 engine on by the Aprilia RSV4 superbike. This 660 cc engine makes use of 270-degree ignition timing and is able to producing 100 hp.
Aprilia RS 660 is supplied with skinny LED lights and likewise DRL. Fairing with multilayer design and fins within the inside space. This design is claimed to be succesful to extend downforce at excessive speeds.
The Aprilia RS 660 makes use of a brand new twin-spar aluminum body and asymmetrical swing arm mannequin the place the suitable facet is curved whereas the left one is straight.
The entrance suspension of the sportbikes makes use of a 41 mm from Kayaba that may be absolutely adjusted, whereas braking utilizing the Brembo calipers clamps twin discs.
Whereas the rear suspension makes use of a monoshock mannequin that can be regulated by the extent of hardness. The system is then coupled with rear brake discs on a single-piston.
This motorcycle additionally presents the most recent options, comparable to an indicator panel with a 5 inch TFT display screen and could be linked with a smartphone. It additionally options traction management, ABS brakes, quick-shifter, wheelie management, and engine braking system.
There are 5 driving modes on the Aprilia RS 660, two driving modes are ready for circuit use, whereas the opposite three are for freeway use.
Aprilia RS 660 is obtainable in two colour decisions, black-red and blue-red alloy. The sportbikes ought to have formally launched on Might 9, 2020, on the Aprilia All-Stars occasion on the Mugello Circuit, Italy however the occasion was postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.