Aprilia RS 457 revealed today in the Indian market, and is manufactured by Piaggio Vehicles Pvt. Ltd.
Aprilia RS 457 prices are speculated to be around INR 5.5 lakh (ex-showroom) but the company has not made any official statement.
The highly awaited made in India Aprilia RS 457 has finally made its debut on the Indian market thanks to Italian manufacturer Aprilia. The motorcycle will be constructed in the Baramati, Maharashtra-based manufacturing facility of Piaggio India. Pre-orders for the bike will open soon, and a quick launch is planned. Here are the top five facts regarding the Aprilia RS 457 that you should be aware of.
Design- Aprilia RS 457
The Aprilia RS 457 is based on the RSV4 and RS 660 in terms of design, and it has an aluminum perimeter frame. The bike has numerous cuts and creases that give it an aggressive appearance. It looks snappy. It has a long visor and a split LED headlamp system with DRLs. The faring has vents and the fuel tank has shrouds, which aid in cooling the combustion engine and enhancing the bike's aerodynamics.
Braking and Suspension- Aprilia RS 457
A preload-adjustable 41mm USD front suspension with 120mm of travel is standard on the Aprilia RS 457. It sports a preload-adjustable, 130mm-travel monoshock in the back. The 320mm front disc and 220mm rear disc are responsible for braking.
Tyres and Features: Aprilia RS 457
Customers can choose between a quick-shifter and a 5.0-inch TFT display featuring Bluetooth connectivity, taillights, LED headlights, and indicators, three ride-by-wire modes, and traction control modes. The motorcycle has 17-inch alloy wheels with a front tire with a 110/70 section and a rear tire with a larger 150/60 portion.
Gearbox and Engine: Aprilia RS 457
A liquid-cooled, DOHC engine with four valves per cylinder and 47 horsepower will power the Aprilia RS 457. The 6-speed gearbox is connected to an engine with a 270-degree crank.
Aprilia RS 457 Expected Price
The firm has not provided any information on pre-orders or the motorcycle's launch date. Pre-orders are planned to open in November, with pricing as low as Rs 5.5 lakh (ex-showroom). In Italy, at Aprilia's corporate headquarters, the RS 457 was developed.