As soon as the Aprilia RSV4 facelift was showcased, motorbike enthusiasts went crazy to catch a glimpse of the 2021 Aprilia Tuono as well. The Italian manufacturer has introduced the same 1077cc engine on the updated Tuono V4 and it now complies with the Euro-5 emission norms as well. Wondering about the loss of power? Aprilia has managed to obtain the same power figures and all credit goes to the people concerned. Apart from this, two new color schemes have been introduced on the regular variant, precisely – Tarmac Grey and Glacier White. Meanwhile, the Tuono V4 Factory is now available with an Aprilia Black color scheme only.
- Aprilia has recently revealed the 2021 Tuono V4 globally.
- It comes powered by the same 1077cc four-cylinder engine but this time it is Euro-5 compliant.
- Some ergonomic changes have been done on the naked superbike.
The 2021 Aprilia Tuono V4 comprises an updated TFT display with reworked ergonomics. The naked superbike now comes with a raised handlebar for comfortable positioning. Meanwhile, the revamped swingarm now makes the Tuono V4 more agile. The headlight on the other hand now sits on the new housing with a cornering function that results in enhanced visibility even at night.
Multiple electronic aids such as six riding modes (3 for street and 3 for tracks), six-axis IMU, wheelie control, cornering ABS alongside traction control (TC) will get featured on the upcoming Aprilia Tuono V4. Further, the factory variant comes equipped with a semi-adjustable active suspension by Ohlins.
The engine that powers the Aprilia Tuono V4 is the same 1077cc four-cylinder unit. However, this time the motor complies with the Euro-5 emission norms and hence will be more eco-friendly. Even the power figures stand straight at 175HP and a peak torque of 121Nm as the outgoing variant.
Aprilia has recently revealed the RSV4 globally and the superbike now comes with a powerful 1099cc engine. Apart from this, Piaggio is all set to introduce the Aprilia RS660 and Tuono 660 in India by mid-2021. Therefore, we hope to see the V4 twins in the market as well.