Motorcycles, a TVS Motor Company controlled company, has revealed a prototype
of the V4CR, a naked Café Racer derivative of the V4SV superbike. This is the
first prototype to be designed, engineered and built at the recently opened
global headquarters in the UK.
the same engineering DNA, 185bhp 1200cc V4 engine and engineering advancements
from the V4SV, the new V4CR’s stripped-back appearance showcases the unrivalled
craftmanship and uncompromising quality behind one of the most powerful British
café racers out there. Fitted with a carbon fibre fuel tank and body panels,
polished billet aluminium swing arm and frame, the V4CR also features compact
framework and a shorter rear frame for an aggressive and commanding stance.
Robert Hentschel, Chief Executive Officer, Norton Motorcycles:“The prototype
VC4R is the next step in Norton’s strategic growth plan on its journey to
becoming the world-leader in luxury hand-crafted motorcycles.”
prototype is Norton’s latest project to use the marque’s refined V4 platform,
revised over the last 16 months by a team of 30 engineers and subject to tens
of thousands of road and track miles, as part of Norton’s unrelenting
development process. The V4CR builds on those solid foundations and
reintroduces fans to Norton’s iconic café racer heritage.
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