According to the article its not a production bike, just a symbolic one to commemorate the buyout/partnership
nice bike. this is a bike aprillia says will get young people on the track... ?New 2020 race only rs250 sp.
Looks like a moto3 bike.
Aprilia RS 250 SP Aims to Get Young Riders on the Track
The ZX14 is done after 2020, presumably for the same reason. Concours 14 = ZX14, so I would expect that one to be done, too. For the big sport-touring market, Kawasaki already have the H2SX on the market, and that one is a new enough design that presumably they took Euro 5 into account.Most of the classic sport touring bikes are or will be gone due to the shift in the market to the cross sport Adventure type bikes like the Multistrada, S1000XR, Versys and Yamaha Tracer 900GT.
Kawasaki revealed a modest refresh of their Ninja 1000 and still have their Concourse but like the FJR have not had a major design update and will be faced with a similar decision. But already have their Versys 1000 in the market.
I could see Yamaha doing a Tracer 10 GT. As a replacement for the FJR.
As stated before in this thread, the Euro 5 compliance will weed out many of bikes that do not show a strong ROI.
BMW still have the R1250 RS but they can this as it shares the platform of the high volume GS line.