The Yamaha R7 features a 689cc, liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder engine.
The Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer has finally revealed the New 2022 Yamaha R7 via the official new images. The new bike is more advanced in mechanicals and in overlook and introduces as a replacement to the ongoing Yamaha R6, which is yet competing in the middleweight category. This new beast will be positioned between the small Yamaha R3 and the liter bike Yamaha R1. Currently, it is only available in the European markets with limited booking stock but it will be available in the USA very soon.
Design of Yamaha R7:
This is a completely new design with sleek portions, Even the frontal area is the least in the entire Yamaha’s R Line. On the front it has a single round projector headlight with sleek DRLs, large radiator grille, and air intakes, fearing mirrors, transparent windshield, and silver-finished levers. Apart from this, it has an LCD display instrument cluster, sculpted fuel tank, split seat, and a sleek tail. The bike will be available in two colour options in which buyers have to choose, Team Yamaha Blue and Performance Black.
Mechanicals and Features:
The middleweight R7 is equipped with a 689cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC inline twin-cylinder motor that can churn out 73.4 BHP at 8,750 RPM and 67 Nm at 6,500 RPM, comes paired with a 6-Speed gearbox with multiple wet clutch; with assist & slipper clutch, the power transfers to the rear wheel via a chain drive shaft.
For braking duties, it has a dual disc with 298mm at the front and 245mm at the rear with radially mounted calipers with a Brembo master cylinder. Whereas, the suspension work has been fulfilled by a telescopic fork at the front and a mono-shock at the rear.
Is there are any chances of India launch?:
The Deliveries for the Yamaha upcoming bike has been started in October this year in the European markets and this will compete with the Aprilia RS 660, Kawasaki Ninja 650, and the Honda CBR 650R. However, it will be offered in the USA after Europe, but there is no information states the India launch of Yamaha R7. If somehow, the R7 will launch then the Yamaha R7 price in India would be around Rs 6.50-7.50 lakhs (Ex-showroom).