Introducing the Tuono 660, the new generation of a versatile naked sportbike. Fun, easy and a heartbreaker on the aesthetics front, its potent combination of power and extraordinary lightness delivers a truly breathtaking and unique riding experience.
2023 Tuono 660
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As powerful as thunder, as light as a cloud
Two universes collide... The legendary Tuono V4 1100 meets the advanced technology of the RS 660 to create the TUONO 660, a motorbike destined to shake up the way you look at the world.
Master of all roads
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.
Choose from Torque Red and Rush Grey, until now only available on the RS 660, but already setting new standards of style and aesthetics in the motorycling world.
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.
Digital bells and whistles
The Tuono 660 sports advanced electronics that would put many superbikes to shame. The Ride-by-Wire throttle makes it a breeze to manage the APRC electronic system that includes multi-level traction control, anti-wheelie, cruise control, engine braking, ABS and engine mapping options.
It's what you take away that adds up
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.
Shaped by the wind
When it comes to style, the Tuono 660 bears all the hallmarks you would expect of an Aprilia sport bike, with sleek, compact dimensions that highlight its dynamic nature. It has also unashamedly borrowed the RS 660’s innovative double fairing for enhanced aerodynamics, the result of rigorous wind tunnel testing.
It all starts with the frame
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.