Yamaha India is set to launch a new motorcycle this month, and the teaser and spy images are already out, hinting at a new FZ series motorcycle. The launch is scheduled to take place on 24 January, 2017.
The factors that give away the fact that is could be a new FZ series motorcycle is that a test mule has been spied on Indian roads, with no camouflage of any sort.
The un-camouflaged motorcycle clearly bears the FZ design, although the displacement is unknown. Sources suggest that the spied test mule could be a 250cc version of the popular model.
The test mule revealed details of the motorcycle like the exhaust, that looks similar to the one on the FZ sold in India currently, LED tail lamps, Bybre sourced disc brakes at both ends, conventional telescopic front forks, monoshock at the rear, and will have an automatic headlight on feature.
If the new FZ that is to launch is indeed a quarter-litre street bike, power figures could be around 23 to 26bhp, along with 22 to 25Nm of torque. The suspense surely has fans at the edge of their seats, but it is only a few days before the motorcycle will be officially revealed.