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Yamaha R25 spied again, India launch few months away

yamaha r25 clear spy shot 1 rear

Just few days back we shared a spy shot of supposed production version of Yamaha YZF-R25 testing in Indonesia, and now we show you some more spy pictures of R25, again let-loose on the streets of Indonesia. These photos reveal clearly the side profile of R25, similar to Concept version showcased at 2013 Tokyo Motor Show and at 2014 Delhi Auto Expo earlier.

yamaha r25 clear spy shot 1 rearThese spy shots show only minor differences in front full firing from R25 Concept version, but silhouette of both remains identical. The web-spoked alloy appears same as showcased, and so does front disc plate. At the rear, triangulated exhaust tip is clearly visible with brushed aluminium like motif, and for some reason, the taillamp looks similar to Honda Unicorn’s in one side angle.

Further, tmcblog has also shown a rendering or more like drawing of an instrument cluster, predicting what could feature on Yamaha R25 production model. The drawing shows 7 sided polygon perimeter within the cluster that houses an analogue tachometer with ‘R25′ logo printed on inside surface. Adjacent on the right, a digital console is seen featuring speedo figures, fuel gauge bars, tiny clock readings, and trip/odometer numbers. Warning lights include Rev limiter light, neutral, MIL, sign, high temperature and passing lamp lights. Mode and Select buttons for adjusting time and trip/odo toggling are on the left bottom.

This YZR-M1 inspired mini sports bike will come with a four stroke, in-line two cylinder 250cc mill coupled to a 6-speed transmission. This fuel-injected engine is expected to produce 35PS max. power. Indian sport bike enthusiasts can expect to find the R25 in showrooms by second half of this year.

yamaha r25 spied

yamaha r25 clear spy shot 2 front

yamaha r25 clear spy shot 3 side

yamaha r25 clear spy shot 4 alloys

yamaha r25 clear spy shot 5 instrument control

Images via Aripitstop, iwanbanaran, and tmcblog

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  • Nithesh Mangalore

    looks
    like someone decided to borrow CBR 250R’s chassis and fairings and
    stuck a dual headlight setup up front. I like the R15 more .. this
    looks like a mashup