Ducati may get all the name recognition, but true moto enthusiasts know Italian maker Aprilia for its long history in racing and track-focused road-legal offerings. The Tuono 660 takes Aprilia's well-loved RS 660 and removes the bodywork for a naked look while keeping the performance that makes the RS 660 one of the top bikes in its class. The same twin-spar aluminum frame and 95 horsepower parallel-twin engine keep the Tuono 660's weight at a scant 403 pounds. The full Aprilia Performance Ride Control electronics suite is standard, with eight levels of traction and wheelie control, adjustable engine braking, ABS, and five engine maps, just to cover most of the settings. Concept Black, Iridium Grey, and Acid Gold colorways will be available when the bike launches at the end of the first quarter 2021.