Just like the standard RSV4, the Xtrenta has the same silhouette as the standard bike, but being a trail bike, it lacks the headlights. The body was developed by the Modena-based company PAN Compisiti, using carbon fiber extensively. It also gets newly designed front and rear fins that Aprilia says increase the bikes downforce by 25% and reduce drag by 4%. There is also a unique design under the fenders under the swingarm, a design that was used on Aprilia’s GP bikes in 2019.
Aprilia’s latest ultimate track-ready superbike, the RSV4 Xtrenta has been unveiled. The Noale-based brand has been spotted testing this superbike before, and only 100 units of this superbike have been built. This bike has several aero “firsts” and apparently it’s also the first superbike to sport a chin spoiler.
The RSV4 Xtrenta is powered by the same 1099cc liquid-cooled V4 engine also available with the standard model. But in the trail bike it produces 230hp, 13hp more than the standard RSV4. This power boost comes from an increased compression ratio and a new titanium/carbon fiber exhaust from SC-Project. The bike also benefits from the Magneti Marelli ECU for power distribution, as well as a sprint air filter and larger water and oil radiators from Taleo Tecnoracing.
Suspension duties are handled by the same Ohlins front forks and the momono rear shock was tuned by Andreani. As for its brakes, they are the same twin 330mm Brembo front discs but fitted by one-piece GP4-MS billet cacallipers. The wheels are Marchesini M7R GENESI forged magnesium rims shod with Pirelli Diablo Superbike slick tires. These new exposed wheels This bike has several aerodynamic “firsts” and saves 4 kg of rotating and unsprung mass, compared to the original bike.
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The Aprilia RSV4 Xtrenta was built to commemorate the brand’s 30th anniversary of its first World Championship title. However, all 100 units of this track-ready bike have already been sold out.