The Aprilia Tuono is a naked motorcycle manufactured by Aprilia following the 2001 Bologna Motor Show, when it made its debut in a series of 200 individually numbered bikes. It is based heavily upon the Aprilia RSV Mille and its successor, the Aprilia RSV1000R superbike with which is shares its engine, gearbox, frame and, partly, its suspension. The Tuono was succeeded by the Aprilia Tuono V4 R for model year 2011, though the V2 model continued in production into the 2011 model year.
For the 2012 model year, the Tuono was completely redesigned along the lines of the RSV4. As with that bike, it received Aprilia’s APRC (Aprilia Performance Ride Control) package with 8-position traction control, 3 position wheelie control, and 3 position launch control. For the 2014 model year, various refinements including a larger 18.5 l fuel tank, more comfortable saddle, and 3 position race ABS brakes were introduced.

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