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Aprilia RSV4 XTrenta, from MotoGP to the streets

Taking advantage of his great moment in the MotoGP World Championship, where he still aspires to win both the constructors' and riders' titles with


Taking advantage of his great moment in the MotoGP World Championship, where he still aspires to win both the constructors’ and riders’ titles with Aleix Espargaro, Racing presents its most extreme street bike yet: the .

This bike is the natural continuation of the RSV4 X and Tuono V4 X models, and like the previous ones, it is a development of the Aprilia Racing competition division, which with this bike seeks to honor the 30th anniversary of the brand’s first world title, achieved by Alessandro Gramigni in the 1992 125cc World Championship.

The new RSV4 XTrenta is manufactured by the Noale Racing Department, and uses many technologies taken from the MotoGP RS-GP, especially in terms of materials, components, electronics, attention to detail and, above all, aerodynamics.

All parts of the fairing are carbon and are manufactured using the same processes as in MotoGP. It incorporates new front wings capable of guaranteeing more load and, at the same time, less drag, and the great novelty is that for the first time on a street bike, the Under wing is used on the swingarm, the lower wing fitted to the RS-GP since 2019. The results of the new setup is 25% increased downforce and 4% reduced drag.

Taking the Aprilia RSV4 Factory 2022 as a base, Aprilia Racing worked in all areas to create a unique bike. In the V4 engine, the compression ratio has been increased to reach 230 Hp of power. The exhaust is made of titanium and made by SC-Project, and optionally you can mount one almost the same as the one on the MotoGP. The air filter is a Sprint Filtar with Formula 1 and MotoGP specifications, while the water and oil radiators are from Taleo Tecnoracing with inspiration from the Superbike World Championship.

Engine performance is managed by a specially calibrated Magneti Marelli control unit, while the transmission features PBR-branded titanium gearing (another XTrenta exclusive). The electronic assembly of the RSV4 XTrenta is controlled by JetPrime racing components, while accessories include footpegs, handlebar levers and a Spider CNC fuel cap.

On the chassis side, it has Ohlins suspension modified by Andreani in collaboration with Aprilia MotoGP engineers. The steering plate is exclusive to Aprilia Racing and the braking system is the best Brembo on the market and 33cm T-drive discs up front.

Marchesini M7R GENESI forged magnesium wheels fit Pirelli Diablo SBK slick tires in sizes 120/70 and 200/65, with SC-1 compound at the front and SC-X compound at the rear. The weight reduction of the wheel is around 2 kg compared to the standard.

The livery of the new Aprilia RSV4 XTrenta represents a contemporary interpretation of that worn by Aprilia in the quarter-litre World Championship in the 1992 season.

Aprilia will only make 100 units of the RSV4 XTrenta, each at an exorbitant price of $49,725 (€50,000 excluding VAT). They can be reserved exclusively online from September 6, accessing the web area www.factoryworks.aprilia.com. Buyers will also have the opportunity to pick up their model at Aprilia Racing, with an exclusive visit to the Noale racing department.