Yamaha R7 2021 coming soon in Vietnam from 250 million VND

29 Jul 2021

After its launched in Thailand, chances are that the Yamaha R7 2021 will set foot in Vietnam by the end of this year in the form of  imported CBU.

According to latest information, Yamaha plans to bring the R7 to the Southeast Asian market, and specifically to Thailand. However, this model will be brought back as a CBU import instead of being assembled in Thailand like many other motorcycles.

The exterior design of the R7 still carries the typical DNA of the R-Series. Right at the front of the bike, we see a large M-shaped air cavity with two LED navigational strips located on either sides, similar to the discontinued R6. In addition, the R7 is also equipped with a projector bulb that plays the role of phase/cos located in the middle of the front air cavity.

Yamaha R7 2021 has dimensions of 2,070 x 705 x 1,160 mm (length x width x height), a wheelbase of 1,395 mm. The bike weighs 188 kg. The R7 is located at the front of the bike, the main LED projector light cluster is located inside the central air intake. On both sides lay the DRL strips swiping backwards and outwards. Fuel tank comes with unique fin patterns and distinctive saddle design.

Unlike the R6 and R1 which have integrated turn signals on the rearview mirror, the LED turn signals of the R7 are located below the body, similar to the Yamaha R3. Safety equipment on the bike includes dual 298mm disc brakes with Brembo 4-piston calipers at the front, a single disc brake at the rear, and a dual-channel ABS system. The bike also has a two-way anti-slip and supportive clutch. YZF-R7 2022 offers a 42mm upside-down KYB front fork, while the rear is a single swingarm.

The model shares the same CP2 liquid-cooled, 689cc, in-line two-cylinder engine block with the MT-07. This gives the same output of 72.4 horsepower at 8,750 rpm and 67Nm at 6,500 rpm in torque. However, Yamaha has made its own adjustments to the R7’s CP2 engine block. This includes an ECU with a completely new map that re-adjusts ignition and fuel injection timing, optimizes intake manifold, and they redesigned the exhaust manifold.

Behind the wheel is an LCD digital dashboard that displays all the necessary information such as speed, rev counter, and connection to the Yamaha Y-Connect application.

In the US, the Yamaha R7 2021 is sold at 8,999 USD, equivalent to about 207 million VND. In the UK, the price for the all-new Yamaha R7 at £8,000, or 262 million VND.

Thus, according to the difference of the actual market, the Yamaha R7 2021 is expected to cost about VND 250 million when brought to some markets in Southeast Asia such as Thailand and Vietnam.

Source: 24h.com.vn

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