Norton Motorcycles have announced that bookings are now open for the company’s flagship V4SV superbike.
- The V4SV is the first model to roll out of the factory since the acquisition by TVS.
- The flagship superbike offer 185hp and full carbon fibre bodywork.
However, delivery will only occur after the first builds are delivered to customers who placed their orders before TVS Motor Company acquired the British motorcycle brand in April 2020.
“It is a hugely proud moment to announce that customers can now buy the re-engineered V4SV.
“I would like to thank the Norton team, customers and fans for their continued support for joining us on this journey in bringing Norton and V4SV to life,”
said Norton CEO, Dr. Robert Hentschel.
According to reports, the V4SV superbike is the first motorcycle to roll off the production line 18 months after TVS had to re-engineer the bike following the discovery of 35 faults in the previous built under former owner Stuart Garner.
A liquid-cooled 1200cc 72-degree V4 engine powers the Norton V4SV and can pump 185hp at 12,500rpm, making it a close rival to the Triumph Speed Triple 1200RR.
Other neat features available on the V4SV include:
- carbon fibre fuel tank
- carbon fibre bodywork
- handcrafted TIG-wielded aluminium tube frame
The V4SV is being built at Norton’s new Solihull HQ, developed as part of a new investment from TVS with the promise of delivering up to 8,000 units annually.
For those interested to placed an order, the Norton V4SV is priced at GBP44,000 (RM237k).