Aprilia has an answer to track-focused superbikes like the Ducati Superleggera, Yamaha R1M, and BMW HP4 Race: their newest, limited-edition, track-only superbike, the Tuono V4 X. Without the need for street legal requirements, this special model has the light weight and immense power to go up against track-only special editions.

221 HP Aprilia Tuono V4 X is lighter than a CBR250 image

The Tuono V4 X is powered by a 65˚, 1,077cc V-4 that produces a claimed 221 hp (224 Ps) and can reach speeds in excess of 300 kilometers per hour. The Aprilia Tuono V4 X is also pretty light, weighing only 166 kilograms. It's even lighter than a Honda CBR250, which tips the scales at 177 kg.

The Tuono V4 X also boasts of MotoGP-inspired wings to keep the bike on the ground during high speeds.

221 HP Aprilia Tuono V4 X is lighter than a CBR250 image

It's fitted with a top-shelf Brembo braking system, a suspension package from Öhlins, and carbon fiber and aluminum components to make this one of Aprilia’s lightest literbikes.

221 HP Aprilia Tuono V4 X is lighter than a CBR250 image

Aprilia plans on releasing only 100 units of the Tuono V4 X, with an SRP of €34,900 or roughly ₱2.030 million.

221 HP Aprilia Tuono V4 X is lighter than a CBR250 image

With the Tuono V4, Aprilia seems deadset at taking on the limited, track-focused products of its competitors. The specs and performance figures are quite close.

221 HP Aprilia Tuono V4 X is lighter than a CBR250 image

For comparison, the Yamaha R1M produces 200 PS from a 1.0-liter inline 4, and is capable of reaching 300 km/h and above. However, it weighs 202 kg. The Ducati Superleggera can produce up to 237 PS from its 1.1-liter V4 and weighs 159 kg, easily reaching speeds above 300 km/h. BMW's HP4 Race makes 215 Hp from its 1.0-liter inline 4, weighs just 146 kg, and can also easily go beyond 300 km/h.

For those who can afford, the only question that remains is, "Which will it be?"