Yamaha joined the super-naked class by unveiling the YZF-R1-based MT-10 at the ongoing EICMA 2015. The 2016 MT-10 is powred by a four-cylinder cross-plane engine derived from the 2015 R1. Yamaha has not revealed the detailed specifications of the motorcycle.
The aluminium Deltabox main frame on the MT-10 is also based on the R1’s, giving it the shortest wheel-base in the class, at 1,400mm.
The 2016 MT-10 is powred by a four-cylinder cross-plane engine derived from the 2015 R1’s and has it’s been tuned for more low and mid-range torque.
The motocycle features a switchable traction control with three levels, three riding modes, an assist and slipper clutch and cruise control.
Other features include five-spoke cast aluminium wheels, a 17-litre tank and an LCD instrument panel.
The suspension is YZF-derived and the ABS brakes use four-pot radial-mounted calipers on 320mm front discs.
Source: Yamaha Motor Europe
Posted by: Chanchal M. Dhavan