I just got this from Aprilia this morning. It's the new Dorsoduro 750 supermoto -
Aprilia Four stroke longitudinal 90° V twin. Liquid cooling. Double overhead camshaft with mixed gear/chain drive; four valves per cylinder.
Bore x stroke
92 x 56.4 mm
11 : 1
Maximum power at the crank
70 kW (95 hp) at 9000 rpm.
Maximum torque at the crank
8.25 kgm at 7000 rpm.
Integrated engine management system. Injection with Ride by Wire technology control of the throttle bodies
Digital electronic, integrated with the injection
Two in one system in 100% stainless steel with three-way catalytic converter and Lambda probe
450 W at 6000 rpm.
six speed, transmission ratio:
1° 36/14 (2.57)
2° 32/17 (1.88)
3° 30/20 (1.5)
4° 28/22 (1.27)
5° 23/26 (0.88)
6° 24/25 (0.96)
Hydraulically operated multi-plate wet clutch.
Spur gears. Transmission ratio 60/31 (1.75).
Chain. Transmission ratio 16/44.
Modular steel trellis secured to aluminium side plates by high strength bolts. Detachable rear frame.
43 mm upside-down fork. 167 mm wheel travel.
Aluminium alloy swingarm.
Hydraulic shock absorber adjustable in spring preload and rebound damping. Wheel travel: 150 mm.
Front: Double stainless steel floating disc (Ø 320 mm). Four-piston radial calipers.
Metal braided brake line.
Rear: Stainless steel disc (Æ 245 mm) with single piston caliper. Metal braided brake line.
Front: 3.50 X 17".
Rear: 6.00 X 17".
Front: 120/70 ZR 17.
Rear: 180/55 ZR 17.
Overall length 2216 mm
Overall width: 870 mm (at handlebars)
Overall height: 1180 mm (at instruments)
Seat height: 870 mm
Wheelbase: 1115 mm
Trail: 104 mm
Rake angle: 25.2°
12 litres (autonomy > 200 km)