Aprilia RS660 SuperSport to Launch in India around Mid-2020

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As per a recently surfaced report on the internet, a lightweight supersport from Aprilia, the RS660 will be showcased at the EICMA 2019. While it will arrive in Indian dealerships in 2020. The motorcycle packs a powerful engine which poses the bike against the KTM Duke 790 in terms of power figures. Primarily, the Aprilia RS660 was debuted at EICMA 2018 and now the brand has surfaced the official photos of the bike for its lovers.

The Aprilia RS660 will also feature an all-new active aerodynamic technology with automatic adjustment of winglets. However, there are chances that the feature will only be provided with the track-spec race version. In addition to this, the motorcycle is armed with premium cycle parts such as Brembo brakes, front USD forks and much more as standard. Officially, the automaker did not utter a single word about the Aprilia RS660 powertrain specs. However, the Aprilia is working on a 1100cc engine to derive a twin-cylinder engine, which hints to be used in the new RS660 SuperSport motorcycle. It is one of the finest engines from Aprilia and rated to generate the whopping power of 105HP along for the motorcycle weighs just 160kg.

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In addition to this, the electronic aids will also refine the bike’s performance which will convey it as a beautifully crafted, powerful yet affordable motorcycle. Other performance figures for the motorcycle will be revealed by the automaker in the coming future. Aprilia RS 660 rests on a light supersport chassis, one of the great facts about the bike. Also, it makes the fall in the category of lightweight 250cc bikes.

At the fascia, the concept features dual headlamp setup instead of the brand’s iconic three headlamp unit on flagships Aprilia RSV4 bike and Tuono 1100. However, the brand would love to keep its iconic facial expression alive as appeared from the centre connecting parts. Other than this, the bike uses a compact, stylish and totally in line with the design exhaust unit. While the presence of a single seat will be more practical in the production version of the RS660 concept.