Yamaha has unveiled its new concept rally motorcycle at Eicma 2016 - the T7, and it looks like a Sci-fi movie prop.
Inspired from the iconic XT660Z Tenere, and borrowing the chassis from MT-07, the T7 is powered by a specially developed version of the MT-07's 689cc, parallel-twin engine.
The concept is built for extreme off-road capabilities, which is why the T7 is developed by the Official Yamaha rally team.
Details on the T7 concept include an all-aluminium fuel tank, Akrapovič exhaust, four LED-projector headlight, a fairing and skid plate, and a KYB front suspension.
The T7 certainly looks like a motorcycle with a lot of off-road capabilities.
We'll have to wait for 2 more years to see what the production version will look like.
The T7 is Yamaha's idea of an ideal adventure motorcycle.
The T7 is expected to play a key role in the development of Yamaha's next generation adventure motorcycles.
Here's the new Yamaha T7 in action.