Yamaha showcases diverse product range at Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024
The Yamaha Pavilion, spannig across 400 sq meter, offers an immersive experience with Yamaha-branded apparel and accessories, a gaming zone and more.
India Yamaha Motor (IYM) Pvt Ltd entered the inaugural Bharat Mobility Expo with a 400 sq meter Pavilion displaying its motorcycle and scooter range. The focus is on advanced technology and innovation, catering to the youth and the premium segment.
The Pavilion features the R15 V4 series (155cc), including iconic bikes such as the R1 (1000cc), R7 (700cc), R3 (321cc), and R15M (155cc). Visitors can explore the AEROX 155cc Maxi-Sports scooter and the MT series, including the MT-07 (700cc), MT-03 (300cc), and MT-15 (155cc) models.
The display also includes the FZS FI V4 Deluxe (149cc) and the Matte Titan variant of the FZ-X (149cc) in new colors. Yamaha highlights innovation with the RAY ZR 125 Hybrid and Fascino 125 FI Hybrid scooters, as well as the Yamaha N-Max (155cc) and Grand Filano (125cc). Beyond bikes and scooters, the Yamaha Pavilion offers an immersive experience with Yamaha-branded apparel and accessories, a gaming zone, a selfie zone, and a Monster Energy stall.
Eishin Chihana, Chairman, Yamaha Motor India Group of Companies, commented “We are thrilled to be a part of this landmark event and showcase the best of Yamaha to the Indian audience. With unparalleled performance, sleek design, and innovative technology, our bikes and scooters are built to fuel the passion of every rider."
The Yamaha Pavilion promises to captivate visitors with an exclusive display of its motorcycle and scooter range, apparel and accessories, and cutting-edge technology.
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