YAMAHA MT-03 2020 DIFFERENTIAL, HARMFUL AND MUCH MORE TECHNOLOGY

Yamaha recently announced an upgraded version of its nakedbike MT-03 in Europe, North America and Indonesia with a more aggressive, aggressive design and added some new technologies.

After a series of news about changes on the new version of the MT-03, Yamaha has finally released the first images of this nakedbike model with the owner "Dark Lightning".


The launch of the new Yamaha MT-03 has received a lot of attention from fans of Japanese motorcycle brands. This is the latest nakedbike in the MT-Series family revealed before EICMA 2019.

Compared to its predecessor, the new generation MT-03 is assessed to have significant improvements. The first is a completely new head design, becoming more aggressive, bunker and closer to the design of "elder" models such as MT-09 and MT-10.

Next is the position on the sides of the new MT-03, inspired by the Ram-Air system of MT-09 and MT-10, while the modified fuel tank looks more muscular and sportier.

The instrument cluster is no longer a combination of LCD and analog displays but has been changed to fully electronic, providing full information for the driver. The steering wheel has been repositioned to provide greater flexibility during vehicle operation. The lower steering position helps the driver's focus to lean forward to increase the stability of the vehicle when running at high speed.


Finally, the front forks have been upgraded from the conventional telescopic version in the old version to a reverse stroke with a diameter of 37 mm shared from the new Yamaha YZF-R3. While the rear forks are still monoshock, with 298 mm single hydraulic disc at the front and 220 mm hydraulic single at the rear. The car still uses the familiar Y-shaped five-spoke wheels and integrated ABS anti-lock brakes.

Engine parameters of the 2020 version remain the same, continue to be DOHC type, 321 cc, 2 cylinders, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 4 valves, for a maximum capacity of 41.4 horsepower at 10,750 rpm and maximum torque of 29,6 Nm at 9,000 rpm. The engine is mated to a six-speed gearbox.
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