2021 Aprilia RSV4 Spied
Wait for Aprilia to excite motorcyclists with all sorts of emotions. Aprilia may be popular in India for its gearless motorcycle manufacturer, but the Italian biker is one of the world’s best-known motorcycle manufacturers. The Aprilia RSV4 is the crown jewel of the Noale factory and was considered the best superbike on the planet a few years ago. It is still a tremendous force in the superbike bracket of liter-class but other manufacturers have now come across their respective stickers.
Aprilia has recently officially released its RS660 and we have heard all sorts of good things about it as far as reception is concerned. And the forthcoming RSV4 will take a few pages out of the design book of the RS660.
The Aprilia RS660 is undoubtedly an audience and, due to its distinctive style and luxury appeal, can catch any attention. Since the production version was released in all its glory, we have gone through its photos. And now a few spy images appear online, suggesting that the 2021 Aprilia RSV4 will take design details from the RS660. Aprilia might take this look for its superbike as a new identity, leaving behind the characteristic face of 3 luminaires that lasted for over 10 years.
The bonding also looks different and Aprilia can be expected to induce some main aerodynamic interventions to boost RSV4 capacity. Aprilia can be expected to retain the same engine of 1078 cc V4 but in another mode to pump up more power.
Spy images also show that Ohlins fork and Brembo breaks suggest that the 2021 Aprilia RSV4 continues to play top-of-the-line sports equipment. The RSV4 has always featured top-specific machinery from the leading manufacturer of cycle components, which should never improve in its next version. Also, we should expect Aprilia to update the kit thoroughly. Compared to the output iteration of the RSV4 the RS660’s electronics suite is more complete and advanced. The next RSV4 is much more than its outgoing model. Of course, Aprilia will directly go to the throne, with the current RSV4, and the Italian biker doesn’t just brace for another Superbike.