Aprilia RSV4 Latest Update
Usually, it’s the lower capacity models that borrow styling elements from the flagship models, but in this case the RSV4 takes inspiration fr...
Usually, it’s the lower capacity models that borrow styling elements from the flagship models, but in this case the RSV4 takes inspiration from the middleweight RS 660. Aprilia says that this design has an “extremely low aerodynamic resistance coefficient” and increases the air pressure in the airbox. For 2021, the RSV4 also gets a big update to its electronics. It uses a new TFT display that is larger and features controls that are more “functional and intuitive”. Aprilia has also used a new ECU and six-axis IMU platform that is said to improve performance. The company has also improved the control of the ride-by-wire throttle and the APRC (Aprilia Performance Ride Control) system. The bike also features multi-level engine brake control, six riding modes, three for the track (including two customisable) and three for the road (including one customisable).