The current-gen Aprilia RSV4 Factory in the special SE-09 SBK livery.
The current-gen Aprilia RSV4 Factory in the special SE-09 SBK livery.Rudy Carezzevoli

Aprilia introduces SE-09 SBK limited edition for the RSV4 Factory and Tuono V4 Factory

The special edition is inspired by the RSV4’s first win in the World Superbike Championship

Aprilia has a rich history in motorsports, with 54 world titles to its name in various championships. It’s road-going superbike – the RSV4 is loved the world over. But it was born as a race bike, introduced in 2008 and then let loose in the World Superbike Championship in 2009. On July 26, 2009, MotoGP legend and world title holder Max Biaggi's victory at Brno marked the start of the legendary Aprilia RSV4's success in the World Superbike Championship. Over time, it amassed seven world titles, including three for riders and four for manufacturers totalling 44 wins and 102 podium finishes. 

To celebrate that, Aprilia has launched the SE-09 SBK numbered series with the iconic livery on the RSV4 Factory and the Tuono V4 Factory along with some carbon upgrades.

The special editions are available for the RSV4 Factory and Tuono V4 Factory.
The special editions are available for the RSV4 Factory and Tuono V4 Factory.TINO MARTINO

Aprilia RSV4 Factory and Tuono V4 Factory upgrades

The main upgrade to this numbered series is the livery. The livery is made with Aprilia’s characteristic colours – red, black and white exactly how it was on the first RSV4. Besides that, both bikes get carbon front brake air intakes and a carbon front mudguard. The progressive numbering of the model appears on the fuel tank. 

Both bikes get carbon front brake air intakes and a carbon front mudguard.
Both bikes get carbon front brake air intakes and a carbon front mudguard.Tino Martino

Aprilia RSV4 Factory and Tuono V4 Factory launch

The bikes were introduced at the recent MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas in Austin, Texas by the team’s riders Aleix Espargaro and Maverick Vinales. These bikes were launched for the global market, however, an Indian launch is unlikely.

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