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The Aprilia naked range, heir to a family of motorbikes which has been voted over time as one of the most adrenaline pumping and efficient bikes ever, achieves absolute performance levels and sophistication, thanks to Aprilia’s know-how acquired over years of winning premier level competitions and the experience of the Tuono history, which is thus confirmed as being unbeatable on the track and loads of fun on the road. The Tuono V4 family of motorbikes is made up of two distinctly outfitted models. Tuono V4 1100 RR represents an exceptional thrill machine, the heir to a dynasty of naked sport bikes acclaimed by critics as the most effective and fastest bike in its segment.
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The Tuono V4 range represents the state-of-the-art in technology: the sophisticated electronic management includes the advanced dynamic controls package with APRC, Cornering ABS, Quick Shift active even in downshifting, Pit Limiter and Cruise Control
The 175 Hp V4 engine and the racing frame provide unparalleled performance
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Even more electronics features thanks to the introduction of the electronic suspension system
The new Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 Factory comes standard with the most advanced and efficient electronic suspension system currently available, the latest technological frontier offered by manufacturer Öhlins, developed in close contact with Aprilia engineers for the new Tuono V4 1100 Factory. The new electronic suspension management system is conveniently implemented on the Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 Factory, the super naked par excellence, unbeatable on the track and fabulous to ride on the road too. The particular technology of the Smart EC 2.0 semi-active suspension system allows calibration, simple and even customisable, of the fork and shock absorbers with two operating modes on the units: semi-active mode and manual mode, both selectable using the buttons on the handlebar. There are 3 Riding Modes the user can select: Track, Sport and Road. In the semi-active mode, suspension performance is managed by the Smart EC 2.0 system which actively intervenes on operation thanks to an algorithm that processes the data transmitted from the vehicle to the dedicated ECU in real time. In this mode, the Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 Factory suspension adjust their hydraulic calibration, second by second, to the type of route and the riding style used. In the manual mode, on the other hand, the 3 Riding Modes provide as many predefined calibration types without semi-active assistance, therefore in the same way that mechanical type suspension systems operate. Both in the semi-active and manual mode, the user is still left with the possibility, within the three aforementioned logic maps, of fine tuning and customising the suspension calibration based on personal taste and riding style, particularly to the advantage of more expert and demanding riders. The Öhlins steering damper is also managed electronically by the Smart EC 2.0 system now and it is fully customisable in order to best adjust the calibration depending on that of the fork and shock absorber. The OBTi (Objective Based Tuning Interface), visible on the 4.3 inch colour TFT dashboard of the Aprilia Tuono V4, makes the settings intuitive. The operating logic of the new OBTi is based on the situations of use and the sensations that the rider feels. The system allows the rider to customise suspension calibration in every single situation in which the suspension system is stressed such as, for example, in the acceleration and braking phase, in order to have the ideal settings in each of these areas. Simple and quick to adjust, as well as extremely effective in any condition: the innovation introduced by the electronically managed suspension system is important on a motorcycle like the Tuono V4 1100 Factory, intended for use in very different environments (from the track to the road and touring) which demand as many different setups to provide the best riding experience.
The Aprilia Tuono V4 on board electronics remain unchanged, already considered “best in class”. Aprilia Performance Ride Control is the patented control suite derived directly from the winning technology in world Superbike, the most complete and refined of those available on motorbikes in the same segment. The fourth generation of APRC, standard on the Tuono V4 1100, integrates seamlessly with the fine electronics management guaranteed by the fully integrated full Ride-by-Wire throttle control and the inertia platform that allows an optimum possibility of detecting the dynamic conditions of the bike and therefore effective electronic control strategies.
The Tuono V4 1100 range is fitted with the advanced multimap Cornering ABS system, developed in collaboration with Bosch to guarantee maximum safety on the road, without sacrificing any performance on the track. The 9.1 MP system, with truly contained weight and dimensions, is able to optimize braking and the ABS intervention in corners, thanks to a specific algorithm that constantly monitors various parameters such as lateral acceleration, the pressure applied to the front brake lever, the lean, pitch and yaw angle, modulating the braking action in order to better guarantee the ratio between deceleration and stability. The ABS system works in unison with the Aprilia RLM (Rear Liftup Mitigation) system that limits the lift of the rear wheel during more abrupt braking. Cornering ABS, fine tuned in accordance with Aprilia’s specific indications, is adjustable to 3 levels of sensibility and can be switched off. In order to allow riders with various levels of experience to find the best possible combination, each of the three Cornering ABS maps can be combined with any of the three engine maps (Sport, Track, Race). The latter are all three “full power” and differ in the way they dole out the 175 HP of which the Aprilia V4 is capable, in addition to the percentage of engine brake dedicated to them.
The colour TFT digital instrument cluster boasts exceptional display options and it is capable of managing the user interface required for the intuitive electronic adjustment of the new Tuono V4 1100 Factory’s suspension system. The two selectable screen pages (Road and Race, both with night and day backlighting) correspond to as many represented indexes. V4-MP is available as an option. This is the Aprilia multimedia platform that lets you connect your smartphone to the vehicle, introducing a true corner by corner electronic settings calibration system with data that can subsequently be downloaded to your laptop (or displayed directly on the smartphone screen) for analysis, just like they do at the races. V4-MP offers a new connection protocol that reduces smartphone battery consumption to a minimum, in addition to providing a larger range of circuits already mapped in which you can manage the electronic settings corner by corner, as well as user acquisition of a new circuit that is not in the list Aprilia has provided. V4-MP includes the infotainment system, introduced by Aprilia for the first time on the Tuono V4, to manage voice commands and incoming/outgoing telephone calls with your smartphone.
The Aprilia V4 with unrivalled performance
The Tuono V4 1100 is the only naked powered by a 65° V4 engine with unique characteristics. The narrow V architecture has made it possible to make an engine that is extremely compact lengthways which helps to centralise weights and to have a compact chassis. The changes made in this evolution of the Italian V4 resulted in an increase in overall reliability and performance, without sacrificing any of the great character and marvellous sound that bikers love so much. The powerplant adopts an exhaust system with a silencer that has a double oxygen sensor and a built in valve. The engine ECU has high calculating capacity and is capable of managing the engine’s significant maximum rotation speed. In order to guarantee maximum reliability, decreasing friction at the same time, the piston pins have DLC surface treatment, whereas the connecting rod heads boast a surface honing treatment. The combustion chambers are no longer obtained through a fusion process, but by a finer, numerically controlled mechanical process, whereas the gearbox has a linear sensor that guarantees impeccable gearshift operation.
Top of the line suspension systems and brakes
The new Tuono V4 range fully confirms all the proverbial qualities of handling and stability provided by a frame that is closely derived from that of the Aprilia RSV4, seven-time World Superbike champion, assisted by top of the line braking and suspension systems. The front Brembo braking system comes from the one on the RSV4 and relies on a pair of steel discs with a diameter of 330 mm, gripped by monobloc M50 callipers and activated by a radial master cylinder on the handlebar. Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 Factory has the new Öhlins Smart EC 2.0 semi-active electronic suspension system which includes an electronically adjustable steering damper, a high-end fork with semi-active NIX technology and travel extended from 117 mm to 125 mm, as well as a shock absorber that goes to semi-active TTX technology that, compared to the previous mechanically adjusted unit, is lighter and has a lower stiffness coefficient load (to the benefit of comfort), easily adjustable in preload through a convenient hex screw.
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