Aprilia unveiled the stunning new RSV4 XTrenta Superbike commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Italian marque’s first world championship title.
The performance of the track-only Superbike, which produces 230 horsepower and weighs just 166 kilograms, is comparable to that of the Motogp machine RS-GP. XTrenta is equipped with a SC-Project titanium and carbon exhaust system, an optional Motogp-derived full-titanium silencer, and Superbike-derived Taleo Tecnoracing radiators designed specifically for high-performance track use.
Andreani collaborated with Aprilia MotoGP engineers to modify the Ohlins suspension and fine-tune the chassis for track use. Brembo GP4-MS billet monobloc calipers and 330mm T-drive discs provide stopping power. Marchesini M7R GENESI forged magnesium wheels are compatible with Pirelli Diablo SBK slick tires in sizes 120/70 and 200/65, with SC-1 compound in the front and SC-X compound in the rear.
The race-spec Aprilia RSV4 XTrenta is outfitted with a Magneti Marelli control unit, a JetPrime racing panel, and accessories such as footpegs, handlebar levers, and a CNC fuel cap by Spider. XTrenta is finished in the traditional red, white, and purple color scheme seen on Aprilia test rider Lorenzo Savadori’s RS-GP MotoGP bike at the Austrian MotoGP.
This exclusive motorcycle, limited to only 100 units, costs €50,000 per unit.