In Australia there are fiercly enforced road rules - you just don't ride fast if you want to keep out of jail. So what's the point of a bike this quick? Harley's got it figured with big torque and comfort, not outright speed.
...about the Tuono, is why it is often refered to as a "naked" bike. It's a fine bike and looks cool but, it has so many intricate little masks and grilles covering just about every part of the engine, it is by no means, naked.
To me, it looks like an '03 naked SV1000 with a smaller SV1000S fairing. Except for the garish color scheme, it's not ugly by any means but IMHO, it certainly doesn't have looks worthy of the price. It is starting to look a bit "attainable".
I think that the marketing guys made a gaff. The late-teens/early-twenties set are primarily interested in crotch rockets and garish paint. Naked bikes appeal to the 35-and-uppers; these buyers prefer low-key paint jobs in order to avoid too much attention from Officer Friendly. Unfortunately, that pictured paint scheme will scare away a lot of prospective buyers (shallow, yes, but we do live in a material world). Aprilia loses out... and so do a lot of real motorcyclists. So, be smart Aprilia, and make sure some version of 'magnet grey' is still offered.