Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC
A 180hp 999.6cc 65 deg V-4 engine powers the RSV4. Dual injectors per cylinder, dynamic intake system with electronically adjustable height ducts and drive by wire are some of the reasons why the RSV4 took home the WSBK championship home in 2010.
If you need one right now, you can take visit Piaggio’s Pune dealership and if you can will yourself not to be tempted by the Tuono V4, Mana 850 or the Dorsoduro 1200, you might ride home the RSV4.
Moto Guzzi Norge 1200 GT
Powered by the Moto Guzzi 90 degree V Twin with four valves, the Norge 1200 GT is one tourer we all would love to have in our garage. The full fairing incorporates leg shields at the front and splash guards at the rear, making riding through the rains a tad easier. Norge 1200 GT is also fitted with heated grips that offer you a choice of three temperature settings. The windshield can be manually adjusted. The powerful headlight cluster features four polyelliptical units for excellent visibility, says Moto Guzzi.
The Norge derives its name from the original GT Norge famous for making a 4000 mile test ride in 1928 from the company headquarters in Italy to just inside the Arctic Circle of Norway’s Capo Nord, so as to prove a suspension prototype: the world’s first rear swingarm suspension.
The Guzzi also features the signature Compact Reactive Shaft Drive (CA.R.C.), a Moto Guzzi innovation that offsets the ‘shaft jacking’ effect associated with powerful motorcycles that have shaft drive.
Piaggio MP3 Hybrid
The Piaggio MP3 hybrid is powered by a 278cc internal combustion engine with a hybrid powertrain power of 25hp at 7500 rpm and a torque of 27.5 Nm @ 3500 rpm. If this MP3 Hybrid is anything like its predecessor, then it should be able to ride in reverse, thanks to the electric motor!
The Piaggio MP3 hybrid also stakes claim to being the first electric vehicle to have Lithium Ion batteries.