Yamaha 2003 Prototype

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XG250 Tricker (Planned as production model)
Mounting an air-cooled 250cc SOHC single cylinder engine on a YZ85 size chassis with 19-inch front and 16-inch rear wheels, this model proposes a new world of motorcycling fun. Exuding a sense of the dynamic physical action of X-games competed with skateboards, BMX bikes and the like, this new machine has the performance to inspire fun riding in the trial image.

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Tricker Pro (Special exhibition model)

Based on the Tricker, this prototype boasts an aluminum fuel tank and carbon parts in places like the seat cover and front fender for a significant reduction in weight that further boosts the performance potential in real action riding.

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Chivicker (Special exhibition model)

This model brings the Tricker concept to the 50cc category. The result is a wedding of the BMX freestyle riding trend with 50cc sports. Featured here are unique design ideas like an aluminum in-frame fuel tank.

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YP250 Grand Majesty (Planned as production model)

Mounting a new-design DOHC 4-valve fuel injection engine on a new frame with 14-inch front and 13-inch rear tires, the new Grand Majesty appears with higher overall performance specs. Advanced technologies are adopted, like the high-performance Yamaha DiASil cylinder and a wide frame built with CF aluminum die-cast parts that enables the inclusion of a 59-liter storage space under the seat. This is a new Majesty that achieves an even higher level of high-speed stability, comfort and convenience.

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Vino, Vino DX (Planned as production model)

The popular fashion scooter Vino reappears with even cuter styling. The new environment-friendly liquid-cooled 4-stroke, 3-valve engine features the first plated cylinder ever on a Yamaha 50cc bike. The result is a combination of environment friendliness and performance on par with the 2-stroke model.

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MABRICE (Special exhibition model)

Taking the Majesty as its base, this is a hybrid model that weds young “Long & Low” styling with outstanding performance in tandem riding. The main power unit is a 250cc engine that drives the rear wheel, while an in-hub electric motor in the front wheel adds extra power during acceleration for even more enjoyable running performance. This front wheel motor can also be used to make getting in and out of parking spots easier or when pushing the bike.

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dolsa wind (Special exhibition model)

This model proposes an entirely new type of electric vehicle (EV) with a unique ride that summons up the combined images of riding on the wind and the enriching experience of playing a musical instrument. The riding position lets you enjoy the gentle flow of wind while a “sound space” envelopes the rider and gives the handling of the bike a feeling like playing a musical instrument. This “sound space” is created by sound generated from a speaker box under the seat and a speaker in the handlebar assembly with tones that change in response to the handling actions of the rider. In doing this Yamaha has created a new value we call “Pleasure riding, artful riding” that never would have been possible with a motorcycle powered by an engine that burns fossil fuel.

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DIVIDE (Special exhibition model)

Based on Yamaha’s “Passol” technology, this model has been developed around the concept of a “metal art commuter.” The highly unique body proposes a new value sense. Featuring an electric motor-driven foldable function, this vehicle is with special design touches to make it easy to push when folded up so it can be taken right indoors and stand proudly as an “art object” in any room. In other words, Yamaha has taken the EV into the realm of art.

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Pocke (Special exhibition model)

This EV model proposes a “multi-function minimum commuter.” Features like fold-up handlebars, a pentagonal shaped aluminum frame, and operating sound selection function that lets you choose sounds like the downloaded sound contents you choose to personalize your cell phone bell and convenient functions like a storage space, have all been compressed into this minimum sized model that is small enough to fit in the trunk of a car. The wheelbase is a short 960mm (80mm shorter than the Passol) and the tires are 10-inch front and rear.

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Passol L (Special exhibition model)

Taking the basic “Passol” functions and increasing the battery capacity with the adoption of a fixed type has created this long-distance model. With its built-in charger, this model can be charged anywhere there is a 100V outlet. The result is a Passol with extended range of use.

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FC06 (Special exhibition model)

This model mounts a direct methanol type fuel cell (DMFC) unit with an output of 500W on a 50cc size bike to create a fuel cell commuter driven by a Passol-based motor. With a compact chassis that combines environment friendliness with sufficient running distance, this model proposes a new type of business-use bike for the near future. The fuel is an easy-to-handle methanol-water mixture. Other features include GPS navigation and camera-equipped rear-view monitor. With a 300W outlet, it can also serve as an electricity source for outdoor leisure or emergency use.

One thought on “Yamaha 2003 Prototype”

  1. You can tell ne if is posible buy the chivicker where i can buy and the price or the tricked i live in usa or i can buy in japan tanks

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