Like the RS 660, the Aprilia Tuono 660 boasts an incredible weight to power ratio. Its wet weight of just 183 kg for 95 HP is a record-breaker in its category and makes for an accessible naked sport bike suitable for any rider both on the road and track. With five riding modes, of which three provide road options and two are designated for the track, there's plenty of choice for all riding styles and levels of rider, made even more enjoyable by the customisable and easy-to-use electronic instrument panel.
The Tuono 660’s diecast aluminium frame and swingarm make for a truly glorious structure. If that weren’t enough, then there is the Kayaba adjustable suspension with dedicated set up, to say nothing of chassis dimensions designed to improve response and handling through a reworked geometry of the steering column. The latest-generation fast and lightweight twin-cylinder forward-facing engine comes courtesy of the mighty Aprilia V4. Its 270-degree crank delivers a truly grunty exhaust note while the final ratios, which are shorter than those of the RS 660, favour rapid take off and response.