2014 Yamaha R25 Concept in Asia
Yamaha has finally released some details on the imminent Yamaha R25, and we like what we glimpse so far. Feeling the pressure to evolve a 250cc games two wheeler for evolveing markets, with engine A two-cylinder appliance with racing in its body-fluid, Yamaha’s concept is like a mini Yamaha YZR-M1 — devoid of lights and mirrors — and characteristics rushing livery with an Akrapovic consume to agree.
The Yamaha R25 notion is an encouraging sign from Yamaha, even if what we are looking is a notion two wheeler rather than a production-ready form.
But still, Yamaha’s approach in styling the Yamaha R25 to visually gaze like a miniature M1 is going to payoff huge dividends in Southeast Asia, where the bulk of the models are going to be sold, and where Rossi and Lorenzo have huge droves of fans. For us in the western world, well this two wheeler just looks hot. We desire one currently.
Official phrases on the Yamaha R25 are couple of and far-between, but the tweaking fork emblem did issue the following:
A superbike you can travel every day is the development notion behind the R25, a 250cc games bike climbing on a newly developed in-line 2-cylinder motor on a lightweight, slim and compact chassis that shares its look with the YZR-M1” MotoGP appliance.
It boasts a powerful and sporty travel in the high rpm range while being very simple to handle. The R25 is positioned and suggested as an entry-model in the games two wheeler class for developed markets like Japan and Europe, and as a top performance games two wheeler for emerging markets, mainly all through Asia.