Limited Edition 2021 Norton V4SS to be Launched Soon
TVS Motor Company and Norton Motorcycles Co Ltd (Norton) recently made key announcements about the future of the British premium motorcycle manufacturing brand. While speaking to the media, the two-wheeler manufacturing company confirmed that the updated Norton V4SS will be launched very soon.
“Norton Motorcycles has returned to a firm footing and made significant improvements to overall engineering and product quality, which will be seen in the upcoming V4SS that will be launched soon. In addition, we have established a new, state-of-the-art global design, engineering, manufacturing and sales and marketing HQ in Solihull,” said Sudarshan Venu, Joint Managing Director of TVS Motors Company, highlighting Norton Motorcycles roadmap for the future.
About 2021 Norton V4SS
The 2021 Norton V4SS model has already been listed on the company’s global website. The company has also opened online registrations for the motorcycle to gauge responses from potential buyers. What’s interesting to note here is that the bikes will be produced in limited numbers and only 200 units will be made.
This exclusive 2021 V4SS model has been tested and developed at the Isle of Man TT. Some of the key features of the two-wheeler include its carbon-fibre bodywork, twin-pod headlight, LED blinkers, one-sided swingarm, a full fairing, clip-on handlebars, and a rider-only saddle.
2021 Norton V4SS: Engine and Transmission
Mechanical specifications include an all-new 1200cc, 72-degree V4 engine that puts out 200bhp of max power and 130Nm of max torque. And this engine mated with a six-speed gearbox.
2021 Norton V4SS: Hardware Setup
The hardware setup on this exclusive motorcycle includes race-developed front and rear shock absorbers sourced from Ohlins. The braking system comprises twin rotors at the front and a single disc at the back – both grabbed by Brembo-sourced callipers.
India’s launch of Superbike V4SS is not confirmed yet even though the TVS motor company is planning to introduce the brand in the Indian market soon.