2018 YAMAHA YZF-R1 Sports Launched | Pics, Mileage Specs, Price in India

2018 YAMAHA YZF-R1 Sports Launched | Pics, Mileage Specs, Price in India: – Well, the market is already with the New Yamaha YZF-R1 launch and surely it is going to be the big thing for sure. People are looking quite excited about this new model by the company and the features are really attractive. This time the company is focusing on powerful engine along with the great interface. We are sure that you all are going to love this bike for sure. As per the reports, its way to India quickly after its global debut at the Tokyo Motor Show, India Yamaha Motor has launched the 2018 Yamaha YZF-R1 in the country.

The flagship offering from the Japanese giant is priced at ₹ 20.73 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) and sports a host of cosmetic upgrades along with new feature and tech improvements. Some parts are same just like the previous version of the car but overall we can say that this model is awesome. Also, you all may know that previous version, the 2018 R1 continues to arrive in the country as a Completely Built Unit (CBU) and will be available in two colors – Tech Black and Yamaha Blue.

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Now, if we talk about the new Yamaha then we can say that company is working on some new model and things. The official said, “The new YZF-R1 model will strengthen Yamaha in its superbike segment in Indian market. It inherits its technology from Yamaha’s racing machine YZR-M1. This model also highlights Yamaha’s improved aerodynamics which posts it closer to the MotoGP attributes, and which is a rare potential available in today’s market. Yamaha plans to increase its market share in Supersports segment as the new YZF-R1 is expected to attract the younger racing enthusiasts.”

You can say that this new color is working on great and everybody is looking quite excited about it. Under the fairing, the same 998 cc cross-plane, four-cylinder, the four-valve engine continues to serve a purpose. The engine has been derived from the YZR-M1 MotoGP bike and is tuned to belt out 197 bhp, which can be improved with the ram pressurization. Yamaha R15 v3

Now if we talk about upgrades then we can say that the bike got 2018 Yamaha R1 sports a new Quick Shift System (QSS), which offers quicker changes through the gears without using the clutch. There is also the new lift control system which uses the 6-axis ECU to calibrate adequate power delivery to the rear in order to avoid unintentional wheelies. The 2018 R1 comes with a curb weight of 199 kg, which gives it a fantastic power-to-weight ratio.