Norton begins delivery process on V4SV supersports bike

The British manufacturer, Norton, has announced the commencement of the delivery process of its new V4SV supersports bike.

Norton V4SV

The delivery process for the Norton V4SV has begun, the British manufacturer has announced. 

The Norton V4SV was launched last year as a refined and re-engineered version of the sports motorcycle which was arguably the flagship model of Norton under its complicated previous ownership

Now owned by Indian firm TVS Motors, Norton is along its rebuilding path, and the beginning of the delivery process of the new Norton V4SV is undoubtedly a significant step in that rebuild.

Production of the V4SV has been integrated with fulfilling what Norton describes as “an increasingly packed order book,” which includes the Norton Commando 961, SP, and Commando Classics.

Dr. Robert Hentschel, CEO of Norton Motorcycles, said: “We’ve commenced the delivery programme of both V4SV while also filling the order book for our new Commando variants, which will be available across a growing dealer partner network.”

“This expansion plan is an exciting chapter in the Norton story, given it’s come in our 125th year I feel that Norton is in a fantastic position. It has taken a huge effort from the team at Norton to get here and I’m proud of the entire company. I’d also like to extend my thanks to the customers that have waited patiently for us to get to the stage that we’re at.”

Prices for the Norton V4SV begin at £44,000, with two different colour options - Carbon, and Manx Silver - available on the bike powered by Norton’s own 72-degree, 1200cc V4 engine. Producing 185 horsepower at its peak, the engine sits within a handcrafted aluminium tube frame, onto which is bolted adjustable suspension front and rear. Brembo provide the brakes, and there are three engine modes: Wet, Road, and Sport. 

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