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  • 2022 Proton Saga spotted – new body kit, round badge

    Believe it or not, more than two years have passed since Proton launched the Saga facelift. By now, the A-segment sedan is well past five years-old, and it looks like it’s about to get another minor update.

    Based on these photos taken by reader Putra Kamrin Azran, the 2022 Saga will be getting the new Proton roundel up front, along with a black front lip, black side mirrors and black alloy wheels. From these images, the wheels look similar in design to the outgoing twin-five spoke version, just finished differently. We could be wrong, so only time will tell.

    Besides that, no other aesthetic changes appear to have been made – the rear treatment looks identical to before. As for the cabin, it’s unclear what’s currently on the cards, but it would be nice to get a centre armrest, stabiliser bar for the strut mounts, as well as sound deadening mats under the bonnet and boot. These are all available in the Saga that’s assembled in Pakistan.

    No mechanical changes are expected to be made as well, so the Saga will continue to be powered by the 1.3 litre four-cylinder engine that makes 95 PS at 5,750 rpm and 120 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. The Saga is currently still available with a five-speed manual transmission, though it remains to be seen if this will continue to be offered.

    As per the 2019 update, the Punch CVT gets replaced with a four-speed torque converter automatic gearbox sourced from Hyundai, which is the same unit used in the Kia Picanto. Exterior colour options may remain unchanged. Existing colours include Snow White, Armoured Silver, Jet Grey, Rosewood Maroon and Ruby Red. So, what do you think?

     
  • 2021 Volvo XC60 facelift launched in Malaysia from RM292k-RM325k; now with Android Automotive OS

    Volvo Car Malaysia has officially launched the 2021 XC60 facelift for Malaysia, starting from RM292,266.50 for the B5 Momentum and RM325,449.00 for the plug-in hybrid Recharge T8 Inscription Plus. Prices are for Peninsular Malaysia on-the-road without insurance, including the sales tax exemption that has been extended until June 30, 2022.

    The two variants of the facelifted XC60 are distinguished by trim elements such as the Inscription grille with chrome frame and exterior elements with chrome detailing, including the integrated roof rails with a bright finish; the B5 Momentum gets roof rails in a black finish. the B5 gets LED headlights with Active High Beam, while the T8 gets full LED headlamps with Active High Beam as well as active bending lights.

    For the Malaysian market, both variants get 19-inch alloys albeit in different designs; the B5 gets a five-Y-spoke black diamond-cut wheel set, while the T8 gets a multi-spoke black diamond-cut wheel set, and both are shod on tyres measuring 235/55R19.

    The subtle set of updates to the XC60 exterior is joined by a new infotainment system built on the Android Automotive OS which premiered on the fully electric XC40, which brings to the XC60 a Digital Services Package consisting of voice-activated Google Assistant.

    This controls in-car applications such as Google Maps for hands-free operation, and is joined by the Volvo Car App and connected services which enables the user to have remote control over selected functions. This includes pre-setting of climate control, checking of the car’s status, locking and unlocking of doors, and more.

    Both the B5 Momentum and Recharge T8 Inscription Plus powertrain variants use a 2.0 litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine; this produces 249 hp at 5,500 rpm and 350 Nm of torque from 1,500 rpm to 4,800 rpm in the B5, while the T8 PHEV powertrain adds a supercharger to the proceedings and together with the electric drivetrain, brings a total system output of 407 hp and 640 Nm of torque. The PHEV variant uses a 11.6 kWh lithium-ion battery that is good for 45 km of range in purely electric driving.

    Both powerplants are paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission, with the 0-100 km/h sprint done in 6.9 seconds in the B5 Momentum and in 5.2 seconds in the Recharge T8 Inscription Plus. Fuel consumption on the combined cycle is 7.6 l/100 km for the B5 Momentum, and 2.2 l/100 km for the Recharge T8 Inscription Plus.

    Inside, the 2021 XC60 facelift range gets maroon brown leather-vinyl combination upholstery and a headliner in charcoal with linear lime decor inlays across both variants; alternatively, the B5 can have Iron Ore Aluminium inlays while the T8 can get Driftwood Decor inlays, and both alternatives will be paired with Charcoal Moritz upholstery and headliner in Blond.

    Infotainment is offered in the 2021 XC60 facelift via a nine-inch portrait-oriented touchscreen as standard. For audio, the B5 Momentum gets a 14-speaker, 600-watt Harman Kardon premium sound system, while the Recharge T8 Inscription Plus receives a 15-speaker, 1,10-watt Bowers & Wilkins premium sound system.

    In both variants, hardware connectivity is provided through two USB ports in the front tunnel storage area, while rear passengers can access two USB-C ports. Further conveniences include cup holders and a storage compartment in the rear seat armrest, while the luggage compartment gets a load cover, protective scuff plate for the tailgate and a 12-volt power socket.

    The Intellisafe active safety equipment range for both the B5 and T8 variants include the City Safety pack with collision avoidance and mitigation with intersection support for pedestrian, cyclist and large animal detection; City Safety with steering support and braking; front and rear collision warning and mitigation support (front and rear AEB); driver alert control and lane keeping assist.

    There’s more. Also included are run-off road mitigation with road edge detection, oncoming lane mitigation, blind-spot information system with Steer Assist, cross traffic alert with auto brake, emergency stop assist, as well as ABS and brake assist.

    In terms of passive safety, the Intellisafe suite includes pre-prepared restraints, run-off road protection, dual-stage driver and front passenger airbags, dual-chamber side airbags as part of the Side Impact Protection System (SIPS), full-length curtain airbags, whiplash protection for front seat occupants, and post-collision auto braking and unlocking.

    For child occupants in the vehicle, fitted as standard kit are ISOFIX mounts and integrated two-stage booster cushions on the outer rear seats, child safety lock, passenger airbag cut-off switch and pinch-protected power windows.

    Four colours are offered for the 2021 Volvo XC60 in Malaysia, and these are Crystal White Pearl, Dawn Silver Metallic, Onyx Black Metallic and Denim Blue Metallic. Volvo Car Malaysia offers a five-year, unlimited mileage warranty on its new vehicles, with an eight-year, 160,000 km warranty on the PHEV battery for the Recharge T8 Inscription Plus.

    GALLERY: 2021 Volvo XC60 facelift

     

  • Porsche buys majority stake in Rimac’s Greyp e-bikes

    Calling it an effort to broaden its electric and digital offerings, Porsche has purchased a majority shareholding in Croatian electric bicycle (e-bike) maker Greyp. Currently, Porsche owns a 10% share of Greyp and a 24% stake in electric sportscar builder Rimac Automobili, which in turn owns a majority of the shares in Greyp.

    The purchase of Greyp by Porsche leaves Rimac founder Mate Rimac and other Greyp founders as minority shareholders. The entire purchase process is scheduled to be completed on December 18 with Mate Rimac saying Greyp was in the shadow of Rimac and could never flourish in its full potential.

    “Now, we are starting an exciting new chapter in the company’s history – with Porsche buying the majority stake in Greyp. This will be the seed for something great and big, but we’ll talk about that another time,” said Rimac. Earlier this year, Porsche expanded its e-bike range with the eBike Sport and eBike Cross to positive market response.

    As of March this year, Porsche has also invested in over 20 start-ups and eight venture capital funds. Additionally, it is seeking to invest over 15 billion euros (RM70.85 billion) in new techologies with 6.5 billion euros (RM30.7 billion) in vehicle hybridisation and electrification, reports website thedriven.io.

    A question that is being asked is “why are car companies putting money into electric bicycles and other such human mobility devices?” Perhaps it’s an easy way to leverage on early developments in technology without reinventing the wheel but for a company to size of Porsche, or more notably the VAG group, the purchase of a boutique e-bike manufacturer would not lead to much of an advancement in research.

     
  • Mercedes-Benz Malaysia’s EV push to begin in 2022 – period from announcement to launch will be short

    Earlier today, Petronas Dagangan (PDB) announced that it will be installing a number of DC fast charging stations at its stations by the first half of 2022, working in partnership with Mercedes-Benz Malaysia (MBM) and JomCharge charging network operation EV Connection (EVC).

    The announcement also made mention of MBM’s own plans for electrification, starting from next year. “2022 marks the beginning of our Mercedes-EQ model offensive strategy. Mercedes-Benz Malaysia will be introducing a range of our premium all-electric models to define the future of mobility, in line with the brand’s global strategy to go all-electric by end of the decade where market conditions allow,” said MBM vice-president of sales and marketing Michael Jopp.

    The renewed MBM tilt towards electrification comes about following the initiative announced by the government during Budget 2022, where EVs are set to be completely exempt from import duty, excise duty, sales tax as well as road tax for a period of two years, starting from January 1, 2022.

    However, don’t expect any product-related announcements to be made this year or anytime soon. Speaking at a media drive event held earlier this month, Jopp said that the definitive outlines will only come about next year.

    “Now, we have a very good basis of the general guidelines, and when it comes to CBUs, it’s exactly what we’ve been asking, because to develop the market for electric products and to have an incentive to invest in EV infrastructure, you need the cars, and the only way to do that is to make the CBUs for a stipulated period as attractive as possible, which is happening now.

    “As for announcing (products), it won’t be this year, for sure. If we had clarity much sooner, it could have been that we would be ready on January 1,” Jopp said, adding that in the case of Singapore, it took the brand nine months to get things going.

    There is also the matter of obtaining the cars. “We still need to wait for some details when it comes to execution. We have the policy news and clarity on the pricing, and the prices look attractive if you look at the like-to-like pricing, but at the end of the day it also boils down to availability,” he said.

    “The brand has some very hot markets where demand is high, so this will be an ongoing battle. My concern now is, do we get enough cars? But we will be as transparent as possible with our dealers and customers, so as not to have any disappointment,” he added.

    “Once we have clarity on when we get the cars, then we will announce our electrification plans, and also announce products with pricing,” he explained. He did indicate that once things get moving, it will move quite rapidly. “What you can expect between the announcement and actual launch will be rather short,” he explained.

     
  • 2022 Kia Niro revealed – HabaNiro styling, hybrid, PHEV and EV versions; coming to Malaysia next year?

    The second generation of Kia’s first dedicated electrified vehicle, the Niro, has been revealed at the Seoul Motor Show today. The crossover continues to be offered in hybrid, plug-in hybrid and fully-electric flavours, but the conservative design of the outgoing model has been replaced by something much more distinctive.

    On the outside, the new Niro derives plenty of inspiration from the 2019 HabaNiro concept, albeit significantly toned down for production. At the front, you’ll find “heartbeat” LED daytime running lights, nestled in headlights that have been split from the rest of the front end. Kia’s signature “tiger nose” grille has evolved into a “tiger face”, with the slim, full-width upper grille and large lower grille forming the bone-shaped graphic.

    The front bumper also has a two-tone colour scheme that leads into the front fender flares and side rocker panels. But the most radical part of the new Niro’s styling is the broad contrast-colour C-pillar that leads into the rear wheel arches and integrates the vertical boomerang-shaped taillights. This design is said to enhance the airflow, improving aerodynamics. A trapezoidal-stamped tailgate and a repeat of the “heartbeat” lighting signature round off the rear end.

    Inside, the asymmetrical dashboard swoops around the driver and passenger and incorporates Kia’s curved display panel and a rotary gear selector. The slim, lightweight front seat design are said to improve comfort and roominess and features a coat hook behind the headrests.

    Kia promises eco-friendly materials for the Niro’s interior, including a headliner made from recycled wallpaper and seats that use Tencel fibres from eucalyptus leaves. The paint on the door panels is also free from benzene, toluene, and xylene (BTX) isomers.

    Hybrid versions of the new Niro also comes with a Greenzone drive mode, which automatically switches into EV mode when driving in residential areas or near schools or hospitals based on navigation and driving history data. It will also recognise the user’s favourite places, such as a home or office registered in the navigation system, as a green zone.

    Technical details have not been revealed just yet, but expect to know more closer to the Niro’s market launch next year. The electric version is of particular interest to us Malaysians as franchise holder Bermaz plans to introduce the car in 2022, according to an investor report.

     
  • Malaysian JP Chin talks about his Bugatti Divo, first in South East Asia – track-only Bolide on order as well

    The Bugatti Divo was revealed back in 2018 and is one of the rarest hypercars in the world, with only 40 units produced for the entire world. With a base price of five million euros (around RM23.7 million), the track-focused version of the Chiron was sold out in its first day of availability, and one of the lucky few that managed to secure a unit is a Malaysian and avid car collector, Chin Jit Pyng (JP Chin).

    In a video posted by JPM Collection recently, Chin talks about his new Divo, which took two years to be built and was delivered to Singapore in June this year, making him possibly the only person to own one in the Southeast Asia region.

    Why not Malaysia? According to Chin, cars are “tax-free” in Singapore if they are not registered and they don’t require an AP to be brought in, unlike here. Currently, the car is being taken care of by Wearnes Singapore, which holds the Bugatti franchise for the Southeast Asia region.

    Chin adds that cars like these are bought as investments, so having properly trained personnel and facilities to maintain them are important. Besides the Divo, he also has two other limited-production cars in Singapore, namely a Chiron and a Porsche 918 Spyder.

    With the keys to such exotic machines, Chin admits that he has never driven the three cars he has in Singapore. However, he has been to Bugatti’s headquarters in Molsheim, France to experience a Chiron for himself back in 2017.

    Chin says in the video that he hopes to bring some of his cars to Malaysia one day as a public attraction for public viewing or to drive it on the Sepang International Circuit, although this is highly dependent on whether he can secure the necessary paperwork from local authorities.

    As for how he built his car collection to include a Divo, Chin said he first bought a Ferrari Enzo in 2000 after selling his company, which was then followed by a Lamborghini Murcielago. As more cars came in, his reputation as a car collector grew and he formed a relationship with Bugatti when he purchased a Chiron.

    He then convinced some friends to buy the Chiron too, which made Chin an ambassador of sorts for Bugatti – he hosted the Malaysian introduction of the Chiron Super Sport in 2018. As a result, when the Divo was revealed, he was one of a few customers that received a special invitation to buy it – only current Chiron owners are eligible to buy a Divo.

    What’s next? Well, Chin isn’t saying outright, but he did hint that the car recently debuted at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and is possibly the fastest track-only car in the world. All signs point to the Bolide, which is Bugatti’s extreme track-only racer unveiled in November last year.

    Chin also said he specifies his purchases carefully as they are investments, so any personalisation options are carefully chosen (launch colour, specific interiors) to ensure their values are not heavily affected. The only exception is his Chiron, which has a plaque inside the cabin bearing the JPM logo.

    Chin says it’s not always cars that cost millions that he looks at, as he has asked his staff to source a Perodua Kancil because he believes it to be a future collectors’ item. If you’re curious about what cars he has in his collection, check out JPM Collection’s Instagram page.

     
  • Valeo third-generation scanning lidar debuts – to support Level 3 assisted driving; market debut in 2024

    Driving assistance systems manufacturer Valeo has premiered its third-generation scanning lidar, which is set to make its market debut in 2024. Its improved performance over previous versions will “make autonomous mobility a reality” and aims to offer even higher levels of road safety.

    The latest version of lidar – light detection and ranging – by Valeo is able to reconstruct a three-dimensional real-time image of the vehicle’s surroundings at a rate of 4.5 million pixels and 25 frames per second, and improves over the previous generation by 12 times in resolution, three times in range and 2.5 times in viewing angle.

    The new perception capabilities of the Valeo lidar means it can “see” objects that human eyes, cameras and radars cannot, the manufacturer said, allowing the delegation of driving tasks to the equipped vehicle for autonomous operation at Level 2 and above, including on highways at up to 130 km/h. Vehicles fitted with the third-generation lidar can also manage emergency situations autonomously, said Valeo.

    All objects surrounding the lidar-equipped vehicle are detected, recognised and classified, and moving objects will have their speed and direction measured. Valeo’s scanning lidar adapts to all light conditions, and will even measure the density of raindrops in order to calculate the ideal braking distance.

    Nearby vehicles are tracked even when they are no longer in the driver’s line of sight, and anticipates their trajectories to calculate the necessary safety manoeuvres.

    Through a form of vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication, the Valeo’s scanning lidar will also be able to alert other vehicles of road hazards it has detected in order for other road users to benefit from its detection capabilities.

    The entire lidar system is designed and manufactured by Valeo, including the hardware, software and associated artificial intelligence for the collecting of data and to enable the vehicle to make the correct decision instantly, according to Valeo.

    These lidar products are produced at Valeo’s plant in Wemding, Bavaria in Germany, where some 300 engineers are dedicated to the fields of optics, mechanics and photonics, for which more than 500 patents have been filed, the manufacturer said.

    In addition to passenger cars, modes of transportation including autonomous shuttles, robotaxis, delivery droids, autonomous trucks as well as those in the agriculture, mining and infrastructure sectors will need to equipped with one or more lidar devices in the newar future, said Valeo; it predicts that up to 30% of new premium vehicles are set to reach Level 3 autonomous driving by 2030.

    According to a Reuters report in June, the next-generation Volvo XC90 is set to receive lidar sensors as standard equipment. This will use an Nvidia chipset, and it can be made to work with cameras and radar sensors in existing models.

     
  • Petronas stations to get EV fast chargers by 1H 2022 in partnership with Mercedes-Benz Malaysia, JomCharge

    After a slow start, Malaysia is making big gains in its electric vehicle charging infrastructure. Petronas Dagangan Berhad (PDB) has just announced it will install a number DC fast charging stations at its stations by the first half of 2022, thanks to a new partnership with Mercedes-Benz Malaysia (MBM) and EV Connection (EVC) – the latter being the operator of the JomCharge network of charging stations.

    The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will see the national fuel retailer add the chargers to five of its stations along the entire North-South Expressway and part of the East-Coast Expressway during the pilot phase. Petronas says the partnership aims to address the issue of insufficient fast chargers in Malaysia, with the locations of said chargers helping to realise long-distance travel for EV drivers.

    “Sustainability is at the core of everything we do and this strategic collaboration signifies another major stride in our efforts to provide cleaner energy in enriching lives for a sustainable future,” said Petronas vice president of marketing Ahmad Adly Alias.

    “PDB has provided EV charging facilities at our stations since 2017 and one opportunity that we have identified is the demand for faster charging facilities during long distance travel, especially along major highways. Through this partnership, fast chargers will be available at strategic locations leveraging our wide network of Petronas stations, making customers’ life simpler and better. We view this investment in EV charging facilities a necessary step towards promoting the adoption of EVs in Malaysia,” he added.

    Vice president of sales and marketing at MBM, Michael Jopp, confirmed that the company will introduce a range of new fully-electric EQ models in Malaysia next year. “2022 marks the beginning of our Mercedes-EQ model offensive strategy. Mercedes-Benz Malaysia will be introducing a range of our premium all-electric models to define the future of mobility.

    “This is in line with Mercedes-Benz’s global strategy to go all-electric by end of the decade where market conditions allow. Therefore, we are fully committed to invest in our local infrastructure together with PDB and EVC to encourage the EV adoption amongst the Malaysian drivers,” he said.

    Managing director of EVC Ir Lee Yuen How added: “In support of the Malaysian government’s Budget 2022, EVC is delighted to foster this strategic partnership with PDB and MBM in expanding JomCharge DC fast charger network in the country. Given the clear policy from the Government, we believe that next year will be a tipping point for EV adoption in Malaysia. This tri-party partnership is a big step forward to support Malaysia in the transition to EVs as part of our Low Carbon Mobility Blueprint (LCMB).”

    Petronas is not the only fuel retailer to enter the EV charging space in Malaysia. Last month, Shell inked a partnership with BMW Group Malaysia, GreenTech Malaysia and Tenaga Nasional, building on an earlier collaboration with Porsche to install fast charging stations at six Shell stations – also along the North-South Expressway – by mid-2022.

     
  • 2022 Alpine A110 debuts – now up to 300 PS, 340 Nm

    Alpine has previously announced that it would become an electric car company. However, before the internal combustion engine completely disappears from its line-up, the French carmaker is giving the A110 an update to keep it around for just that little bit longer.

    Firstly, the available trim levels have new names, with the previous base A110 Pure now simply called the A110. This comes with a 1.8 litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine from the Renault Megane RS rated at 252 PS (248 hp) at 6,000 rpm and 320 Nm of torque from 2,000-4,800 rpm, which is unchanged from before.

    Next up, the former Legende has been renamed to the GT, while the A110 S keep its name as before. Both get a little more pep though, as the 1.8 litre turbo engine now makes 300 PS (296 hp) and 340 Nm, which is 8 PS and 20 Nm more than previously. Drive still goes to the rear wheels for all variants through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

    Performance-wise, the base and GT will hit a top speed of 250 km/h, with the former taking 4.5 seconds to complete the century sprint – 4.2 seconds for the latter. The flagship S variant has the same 0-100 km/h time as the GT, although its top speed is 260 km/h, which can be bumped up to 275 km/h with the optional Aero Kit (carbon-fibre rear spoiler, front blade and longer front fairings).

    The A110 S also gets a sports-tuned chassis and suspension for better handling, as well as a sports exhaust system. Its 18-inch alloy wheels are the same size as those on the GT, but with wider tyres (215/40 front and 245/40 rear), while the Brembo braking system (320 mm front and rear brake discs) is shared. The base variant gets 17-inchers and 296 mm brake discs instead.

    Common revisions across the board include a new infotainment system with support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, although the touchscreen display remains at seven inches. Alpine says the system can be updated later on via an over-the-air update to support Wi-Fi connectivity. Beyond that, the A110’s retro-inspired styling remains pretty much untouched.

    There are also a number of new options for customers to choose from to increase the starting price, which is 59,500 euros (RM281,210) for the base variant, 69,500 euros (RM328,472) for the GT and 71,500 euros (RM337,924) for the top S.

    GALLERY: 2022 Alpine A110

    GALLERY: 2022 Alpine A110 GT

    GALLERY: 2022 Alpine A110 S

     
  • EICMA 2021: Aprilia Tuono 660 Factory – 100 hp, 181 kg kerb weight; six-axis IMU brings cornering ABS

    Just a little under a year after the premiere of the Aprilia Tuono 660 middleweight roadster comes this; the Tuono 660 Factory. As with its litre-plus category seniors the RSV4 and Tuono V4, the “Factory” suffix denotes a higher level of specification aimed at even sportier riding.

    In the case of the Tuono 660 Factory, the up-specced middleweight roadster’s 659 cc parallel twin-cylinder engine with a 270-degree combustion interval additionally gets a 5 hp increase in peak power output to 100 hp, essentially matching that of the RS660 sportbike, while peak torque figure remains unchanged with 67 Nm at 8,500 rpm, of which 80% is available from 4,000 rpm or 90% of peak torque at 6,250 rpm, says Aprilia.

    Stronger acceleration is promised by shorter final drive gearing, with a 16-tooth front sprocket (one less than on the Tuono 660) with a 43-tooth rear sprocket. Transmission is a six-speed gearbox that now comes equipped with an up-and-down quickshifter.

    In addition to increased peak power and shorter gearing, the Tuono 660 Factory also benefits from weight loss, where a lithium-ion battery contributes to a reduction of 2 kg to a kerb weight of 181 kg. Seat height on the Tuono 660 Factory is identical to the base Tuono 660 at 820 mm, as are its headstock angle and trail length of 24.1 degrees and 104.7 mm, respectively. Fuel tank capacity remains at 15 litres.

    Suspension on the Tuono 660 Factory is by a 41 mm Kayaba front fork and Sachs rear shock with remote reservoir, both adjustable for compression, rebound and preload; a setup that is “better suited to sports riding,” says the Noale-based manufacturer.

    Wheels are 17-inch items shod in 120/70 front and 180/55 rear tyres, the latter alternatively available in a taller 180/60 size. Braking is by dual 320 mm discs and Brembo calipers, while a 220 mm rear brake disc gets a Brembo caliper, and both use metal-braided brake lines.

    Like the base Tuono 660, the Tuono 660 Factory gets five customisable ride modes, itself similar to those on the RS660, but the Factory variant adds a six-axis inertial measurement unit (IMU) to augment the Aprilia APRC rider aids suite comprised of traction control, wheelie control, and in particular now enables cornering ABS.

    Also included on the Tuono 660 Factory are adjustable engine braking and cruise control. The addition of the six-axis IMU also enables the bending lights function for its LED headlamps with DRLs, which adjusts the angle of the light throw to suit the lean angle sustained through a turn.

    In terms of paint finishes, you can have your Tuono 660 Factory in any colour as long as it’s the Factory Dark scheme pictured here. Further adding visual distinction between the Factory and the base Tuono 660 is the single-seater tail fairing, like that on the RS660.

     
 
 
 

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Last Updated 18 Nov 2021