Japanese automaker Yamaha is set to launch its new affordable sportbike soon in the Indian market. The company announced the launch of its new upcoming bike in an inviting press release today. The company will launch its new bike on June 18.
The upcoming bike has not been named in this release, but according to media reports, the company may launch the FZ-X Sportbike in the Indian market on June 18. This bike was recently spotted on several different occasions during testing and TV commercial shoots. This is a neo-retro style bike that has given the company an attractive design and look.
The new bike looks like:
Although the images of the bike have not yet been revealed, it can be said that the company has given LED projector headlamps on it, based on spy images. It was first seen on MT-15. It receives circular split LED daytime running lights along with the Grab Train for Pylon Rider.
A few days ago details about the size of this bike were revealed on the internet. Accordingly, the bike is about 30 mm longer, 5 mm taller and 35 mm wider than the current FZS-Fi model. Overall, this bike is big in size. Its wheelbase can be 1,330mm.
The bike is powered by a 149cc single cylinder air-cooled engine that produces 12.2 hp of power. In addition, the smartphone also offers Bluetooth connectivity and other sophisticated features. As for the price, its price may be around Rs 5,000 to Rs 7,000 more than the current FZS-Fi model, which costs Rs 1.08 lakh. However, for complete information about it, we will have to wait for its official launch.