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Thursday, August 25, 2022

Waiting for Norton's wriggle in the global motorcycle scene

FANCY Superbike Norton Motorcycles as a motorcycle brand that has existed for a long time since 1898, which in its global business journey, since 2020 the British motorcycle maker company has been acquired by India's TVS Motor Company. After making a breakthrough by displaying its first motorcycle models since being taken over by TVS, such as the Norton V4CR and its superbike sibling, Norton V4SV at the Motorcycle Live 2021 event in December.
The Norton revival under the ownership of India’s TVS Motor Company continues with the debut of the 2023 Norton V4SV production model. (Picture from: NaikMotor)
While as in June 2022, the British motorcycle maker announced being developed an electric-powered motorcyle as well. Of course, this is related to the rapid development of electric-powered motorcycle technology globally, which seems to have started to intrigue Norton Motorcycles to take part immediately into the trend. Unfortunately until now there is still no news about the results. Let's wait and see.😎
Norton Motorcycles' global headquarters which recently opened in Solihull, England, after being taken over by TVS Motor Company. (Picture from: NortonMotorcycles)
At the same time, Norton Motorcycles again enlivened the fight in the global superbike market by officially launching the Norton V4SV. As mentioned by the British motorcycle makers, the Norton V4SV is here to continue the success of previous models such as the Norton V4SS and Norton V4RR launched in 2016, called it as 'The most luxurious British superbike ever created'.
The Norton V4SV in Manx Silver color option equipped with red OZ Racing rims. (Picture from: JPNN)
In appearance, the Norton V4SV still maintains a sharp fascia design, along with two round LED headlights. Meanwhile on the side, the fairing looks simple and there are no flashy ornaments. It is also mentioned that the entire body of this motorcycle is made of carbon fiber attached on an Aerospace 5-axis CNC aluminum tubular chassis which is inspired by the Norton racing motorcycle model that fought in the Isle of Man TT event.
The Norton V4SV in Carbon color option equipped with BST rims. (Picture from: NaikMotor)
For its leg supporting parts in the front, the latest Norton superbike relies on the Ohlins's NIX30 fully adjustable suspension system, while on the back of bespoke for Norton spec of Ohlins TTXGP. Furthermore, there are two options for the rims, namely BST for bike with Carbon color choice and OZ Racing in red for the Manx Silver.

As mentioned above, the Norton V4SV is powered by a 72-degree V4 engine with a capacity of 1,200 cc, which is capable of blowing power up to 185 horsepower @ 12,500 rpm with a torque of 125 Nm @ 9,000 rpm.
The Norton V4SV is powered by a 72-degree 1,200cc V4 engine, which is capable of blowing power up to 185 horsepower @ 12,500 rpm with a torque of 125 Nm @ 9,000 rpm. (Picture from: NaikMotor)
In order to ensure the comfort of the rider, the British motorcycle manufacturer embeds the Angle Sensitive Traction Control feature on this superbike model, in addition to other features such as three riding modes (Sport, Road, Wet), quick shift, auto blipper, adjustable front and rear suspension, keyless ignition system, and TFT LCD 6 inches-screen.
Well, for those of you who are interested in owning it, then this British motorcycle manufacturer presents this V4SV superbike in two color choices, namely Carbon, and Manx Silver with a price tag of around £44,000 or equivalent to Rp. 801 millions.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NORTON MOTORCYCLES | DRIVESPARK | ASPHALTANDRUBBER | AMERICANMOTORCYCLIST ]
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