Yamaha will show at the Tokyo Motor Show 18 modelsOctober 16, 2019
The motorcycle manufacturer announced its presence at the Tokyo Motor Show. The stand will feature 18 motorcycles. At the same time, 6 world premieres and two new products for the Japanese market are expected there. Among them are Tenere 700 and YZF-R1, which is scheduled for release in Japan after the fall of 2020.
Yamaha Tenere 700 will be released in Japan after the summer of 2020. It is equipped with an engine with a volume of 689 cc. Compared with the previous model XTZ660, the weight decreased by 10 kg. Yamaha notes that each element has been revised so that the motorcycle is better balanced. The biker’s position has changed, which will provide him with more freedom in movement. Tenere 700, according to the manufacturer, is durable and highly technological.
One of the world premieres has not yet been disclosed. She will be announced at a briefing on October 23. Another new model will be the Land Link concept, equipped with an autonomous system. The E01 will be shown, designed to address urban mobility issues. It combines an electric system whose power is equivalent to a 125 cc engine and the size of a scooter. The E02 E Zero Two version is equipped with a removable battery. Electric Zero2 received power equivalent to a 50 cc engine. YPJ-YZ presents a racing version with an all-electric system.
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