The two models feature a special livery commemorating Aprilia’s 1987 250GP class victory at the San Manrino Grand Prix. The title was clenched by Loris Reggiani at the Circuito Internazionale Santa Monica, now known as the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli. The 2020 limited edition livery features a large Aprilia capital “A” logo, prominently featured in the brand’s race bikes before moving to the small "a" we're familiar with now. Aprilia has since gone on to win 54 championship titles.
It’s not all aesthetics. These bikes are also fitted with lighter carbon fiber fenders and lightweight lithium batteries.
The bikes were unveiled during a Facebook Live event event at the Aprilia USA’s social media page.
The RSV4 RR Misano is powered by a 999cc 65-degree V4 that produces 201 hp at 13,000 rpm and 115 Nm of torque at 10,500 rpm. It tips the scales with a wet weight of 204 kg. It’s priced at US$17,999 (PhP898,756).
The Tuono RR Misano is powered by a 1077cc 65-degree V4 that produces 175 hp at 11,000 rpm and 121 Nm of torque at 9,000 rpm. It tips the scales with a wet weight of 209 kg. It’s priced at US$ 15,999 (PhP798,889).
Unfortunately, these limited editions are only for the US market, and limited to 100 units each for the RSV4 and Tuono.