Yamaha's new 2010 model YZF R1 soon in India
JAIPUR: One of the leading two-wheeler manufacturer, Yamaha Motors is intends to introduce its 2010 Yamaha YZF-R1 model in India.
The furious bike was introducing first time in 2008. This 2010 model coming from 18-litre fuel-tank capacity, which sits atop opened sections of the YZF-R1 frame.
The front are fairing projector lights a pair of radical-looking. The latest R1 loaded with cutting-edge technology from the Yamaha YZR-M1 race bike.
Presently, this racing bike contributed powered Valentino Rossi to his seventh MotoGP World Championship.
Yamaha YZF-R1 equipped with four-stroke, 4-cylinder, 998cc and liquid-cooled engine. Its delivered solid power output-182bhp developed at 12500rpm.
Like earlier model accelerator is fly-by-wire, courtesy YCC-T(Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle). Also at latest R1 bike is YCC-I or Yamaha chip controlled Intake, a system to extend the intake funnels at low rpm and shorten them at high engine speeds for a wider spread.
Without any excuse, the R1 employs a six-speed gearbox and slipper clutch that facilitates aggressive down-shifting. The bike is priced at Rs. 12.5 lakh(ex-showroom India) at par with the outgoing models.
Its available at 24 Yamaha CBU dealerships with three different colours such as bluish white shade, blue and black. Super-sports bike as focused as the YZF-R1 is at absolute ratio with the established traffic and road conditions in India.
The company's possibility that the Japanese manufacturer will find many takers for this fire exhalation monster.
On the other hand, BMW ready to introduce its sports bike "BMW K1300s" in India.