Aprilia Tuareg 660: un riassunto del modello da varie prospettive [VIDEO]

Aprilia Tuareg 660 is a motorcycle characterized by a slim design, advanced technologies and a chassis that anticipates versatile dynamism. The model is featured in a video proposed by Aprilia Official on YouTube.   Aesthetics The appearance is the result of the work carried out by the Piaggio Group's PADC (Piaggio Advanced Design Center) in Pasadena, California. An example that recalls the adventure bikes with highly distinctive details observing the front area and the sides. The optical groups are of the full LED type with a peculiar light signature and front perimeter DRL. The concept of the double fairing with the function of an aerodynamic appendage is also highlighted. In place of the traditional underseat side panels, there are two removable panels at the time of assembly of the pannier set, which are an accessory. The bike is 2,220 mm long and 965 mm wide, the wheelbase then extends to 1,525 mm. The development of the contact area of ​​the legs with the tank is interesting, considering a capacity of 18 liters, and the data of the weight in running order of 204 kg. The saddle figures at 860 mm with a resized arch-horse and thus facilitating the resting of the feet on the ground, according to the information. The triangulation of the vehicle facilitates an upright and relaxed posture, observing above all the high raised position of the conical aluminum handlebar, in addition to the compact shapes of the saddle and sides that facilitate movement. There are also removable rubber protectors for the footpegs and the tip of the rear brake lever can be raised. For a high excursion of the rear wheel with access to the saddle, the underseat area has been hollowed, in order to obtain a sleek tail, in addition, a portion of a long saddle and two integrated grab handles are provided for the passenger. The three color variants are: Acid Gold, Martian Red and Indaco Tagelmust which recalls the look of the 1988 Tuareg Wind 600.    Technique and technology The bike features a frame made up of a new structure in high-strength steel tubes and molded plates with steel seat posts welded to the frame. A scheme that can withstand up to 210 kg of load, according to the indications. There are six anchoring points of the engine to the frame, compared to the three of the RS 660 and the two of the Tuono 660, so the heart appears as a stressed element. There is an aluminum double-arm swingarm, pivoted into the frame and engine, with a shock absorber equipped with progressive linkage. The Kayaba suspensions are adjustable in rebound and compression hydraulics, as well as in spring preload. The excursion reaches 240 mm, as reported. The Brembo braking system includes a front pair of 300mm discs and dual-piston calipers, while behind there is a single 260mm disc with single-piston floating caliper. Also highlighted are the tubeless aluminum rims that fit 90/90 and 150/70 Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR tires. The model is equipped with a 5-inch color TFT digital instrumentation with twilight sensor and handlebar controls for traction control and cruise control or the selection between the four riding modes Urban, Explore, Offroad with ABS disabled on the rear brake and possibility of exclusion also on the front brake and the customizable Individual. Among the interesting aspects there is also a multimap Ride-by-Wire electronic accelerator, a package of APRC electronic controls with specific calibrations based on safety and performance and the reported Aprilia MIA multimedia platform, which allows a smartphone to be connected to the vehicle, extending the functions. of the instrumentation.  Powerplant The twin-cylinder engine is a 659 cc (660) parallel forward-facing engine derived from the 1100 cc V4 front bank with Euro 5 homologation. Specific interventions concern the upper and lower parts, to increase torque at low revs and ensure proper lubrication for off-road use. Power peaks at 80 horsepower at 9,250 rpm, so the peak torque is 70 Nm at 6,500 rpm. A lower speed than that of the RS 660 (8,500 rpm). 75% of the same from 3,000 rpm, which rises to 85% upon reaching 4,500 rpm. There is also the variant that can be reduced to 35 kW. Then there is a multi-plate clutch in oil bath with anti-hopping which, as indicated, has a mechanical interlocking system.

Aprilia Tuareg 660 is a motorcycle characterized by a slim design, advanced technologies and a chassis that anticipates versatile dynamism. The model is featured in a video proposed by Aprilia Official on YouTube.

Aesthetics

The appearance is the result of the work carried out by the Piaggio Group's PADC (Piaggio Advanced Design Center) in Pasadena, California. An example that recalls the adventure bikes with highly distinctive details observing the front area and the sides.

The optical groups are of the full LED type with a peculiar light signature and front perimeter DRL. The concept of the double fairing with the function of an aerodynamic appendage is also highlighted.

In place of the traditional underseat side panels, there are two removable panels at the time of assembly of the pannier set, which are an accessory.

The bike is 2,220 mm long and 965 mm wide, the wheelbase then extends to 1,525 mm. The development of the contact area of ​​the legs with the tank is interesting, considering a capacity of 18 liters, and the data of the weight in running order of 204 kg.

The saddle figures at 860 mm with a resized arch-horse and thus facilitating the resting of the feet on the ground, according to the information. The triangulation of the vehicle facilitates an upright and relaxed posture, observing above all the high raised position of the conical aluminum handlebar, in addition to the compact shapes of the saddle and sides that facilitate movement. There are also removable rubber protectors for the footpegs and the tip of the rear brake lever can be raised. For a high excursion of the rear wheel with access to the saddle, the underseat area has been hollowed, in order to obtain a sleek tail, in addition, a portion of a long saddle and two integrated grab handles are provided for the passenger.

The three color variants are: Acid Gold, Martian Red and Indaco Tagelmust which recalls the look of the 1988 Tuareg Wind 600.

Technique and technology

The bike features a frame made up of a new structure in high-strength steel tubes and molded plates with steel seat posts welded to the frame. A scheme that can withstand up to 210 kg of load, according to the indications. There are six anchoring points of the engine to the frame, compared to the three of the RS 660 and the two of the Tuono 660, so the heart appears as a stressed element.

There is an aluminum double-arm swingarm, pivoted into the frame and engine, with a shock absorber equipped with progressive linkage. The Kayaba suspensions are adjustable in rebound and compression hydraulics, as well as in spring preload. The excursion reaches 240 mm, as reported.

The Brembo braking system includes a front pair of 300mm discs and dual-piston calipers, while behind there is a single 260mm disc with single-piston floating caliper.

Also highlighted are the tubeless aluminum rims that fit 90/90 and 150/70 Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR tires.

The model is equipped with a 5-inch color TFT digital instrumentation with twilight sensor and handlebar controls for traction control and cruise control or the selection between the four riding modes Urban, Explore, Offroad with ABS disabled on the rear brake and possibility of exclusion also on the front brake and the customizable Individual.

Among the interesting aspects there is also a multimap Ride-by-Wire electronic accelerator, a package of APRC electronic controls with specific calibrations based on safety and performance and the reported Aprilia MIA multimedia platform, which allows a smartphone to be connected to the vehicle, extending the functions. of the instrumentation.

Powerplant

The twin-cylinder engine is a 659 cc (660) parallel forward-facing engine derived from the 1100 cc V4 front bank with Euro 5 homologation.

Specific interventions concern the upper and lower parts, to increase torque at low revs and ensure proper lubrication for off-road use.

Power peaks at 80 horsepower at 9,250 rpm, so the peak torque is 70 Nm at 6,500 rpm. A lower speed than that of the RS 660 (8,500 rpm). 75% of the same from 3,000 rpm, which rises to 85% upon reaching 4,500 rpm. There is also the variant that can be reduced to 35 kW.

Then there is a multi-plate clutch in oil bath with anti-hopping which, as indicated, has a mechanical interlocking system.

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