Norton has commenced the production of its V4 SS super desireable motorcycle at its factory in Donington Hall. The British motorcycle manufacturer has planned to produce 200 units of the bike which will be divided into two production time periods.
The lustrous V4 SS is Norton’s finest and most technologically advanced product. It has a giant 1,200cc liquid-cooled V4 engine which has 200+ horsepower. Norton has designed this engine here in Donington Hall factory.
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Norton has also used quite a handful of electronics in the V4 SS, which is a good thing. There is a highly advanced six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), adjustable traction control, launch control, quickshifter with the support of both up and downshifts, riding modes, cruise control, and a full race-derived onboard telemetry system.
Being a serious sportbike, the Norton V4 SS has got carbon fiber clothes on which can either be in black or in chrome. The wheels are also made up of carbon fiber to keep the weight of the bike in check. The suspension setup is from Ohlins; NIX30 front fork and a TTX GP setup at the rear.
As we mentioned before, Norton would be making only 200 units of the V4 SS. The first 100 units will be made available only for the British market. And the remaining 100 will reach its global audience starting in May 2019.
As far as the pricing is concerned, the V4 SS is expected to have a tag of Euro 51,000 (approx AED 214,658). It is also being speculated that Norton might introduce a more affordable variant of the V4 SS, called the V4 RR. There are no details about it as of now, but it would obviously be less equipped.