Critics have suggested the machine should be entered as a factory prototype given that Aprilia is providing the engine and electronics for the machine.
However, Borsoi told Motociclismo
the complete project will be overseen exclusively by Aspar team members.
The team hopes to have the chassis prepared at the end of next month and intends to be ready to participate in the second official MotoGP test at Sepang in late February.
Prior to the official MotoGP shakedown, Aspar may further test the Aprilia World Superbike-spec machine at Valencia next week.
The team is not required to adhere to the winter testing ban as CRT machines are not yet legal for MotoGP racing.
de Puniet and Aleix Espargaro will race for Aspar in MotoGP next season.
Speedmaster, PBM and Ioda Racing are also tipped to use the 'Aprilia' CRT chassis.