Norton Motorcycles has announced that it has started taking orders for the V4SV superbike. It is the first model that the company will produce after it was bought by TVS.
The superbike delivers 185 hp and a carbon fiber body. According to the renowned manufacturer, the first to receive their copy of the new motorcycle are those who ordered their machines even before the TVS Motor Company bought the British company in April 2020.
“This is a proud moment for our company. I want to tell all interested customers that they can now buy a new V4SV “said Dr. Robert Henchel, CEO of Norton.
“I would like to thank the entire team, customers and all fans of our brand for their support during the creation of V4SV.”
According to available reports, the V4SV was redesigned 18 months after as many as 35 design flaws were discovered.
The motorcycle is powered by a water-cooled V4 engine with a capacity of 1,200 cubic meters. It has 185 hp at 12,500 rpm, which makes it a close competitor to the Triumph Speed Triple 1200RR.
From other characteristics we single out:
Carbon fiber fuel tank
Carbon fiber body
Handmade tubular aluminum frame
The V4SV will be produced at the new plant in Solihul, and it is planned to produce 8,000 units annually.
Its price is around 52,000 euros.
Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.
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