The Aprilia RS 660 gets a 660cc parallel twin-engine based on the V4 powerplant.
Aprilia has teased the company’s immensely attractive middleweight motorcycle, the RS 660, in a production-ready form. Last year, the bike was showcased in a concept form and its believed that the production model will not stray far from it.
The Aprilia RS 660 gets a sporty stance and sharp bodywork, similar to the concept bike. What is different is the rear fender and turn indicators. It will also feature the company’s ‘A’ logo and an ‘RS660’ decal on the fairing.
Powering the Aprilia RS 660 is a 660cc parallel twin-engine based on the V4 powerplant, similar to the flagship superbike.
Powering the Aprilia RS 660 is a 660cc parallel twin-cylinder motor based on the V4 powerplant seen on its flagship superbike. Cycle parts include Sachs for suspensions and Brembo Monoblocks callipers for braking as showcased on the concept motorcycle. The electronic suit is expected to feature traction control with different levels, cornering ABS, wheelie control and launch control.
Aprilia could launch the RS 660 in India after it hits the international markets next year.
Aprilia RS 660
– Teased in production-ready form
– Gets a sporty stance and sharp bodywork
– Features an ‘A’ logo and an ‘RS660’ decal on the fairing