2022 Aprilia Tuono 660 Factory Version Revealed at EICMA 2021

Aprilia has showcased a new version of its existing motorcycle, the Tuono 660 Factory, during the EICMA 2021. The Tuono 660 Factory is now the top-spec variant and gets plenty of new features, including a six-axis IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit), which is the key highlight in the 2022 model. The Aprilia Tuono 660 Factory is outfitted with a full electronic array of rider aids.

Aprilia’s designers created three riding modes for the street and two for the track, and let the riders configure them as they saw fit. ABS with cornering awareness is included in the new factory version of the Tuono 660. It is, however, not adjustable. Other notable features include fully adjustable 41mm Kayaba front forks and a Sachs monoshock at the rear end.

Moreover, the bike sports a lightweight lithium battery, which Aprilia claims helps to lower the kerb weight by 2kg. While the engine and electronics remain the same as on the regular bike, the factory model receives a different colour scheme and tail cowl. In addition, a single-seat tail faring indicates that the bike can be ridden for fun only instead of carrying a passenger.

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