New Yamaha R7 on the first teaser

Earlier this year, we brought the news that Yamaha is preparing the MT-07 in a version with armor, and the goal of this model will be to catch the wheel with motorcycles like the Aprilia RS 660.

It became even more interesting when the Japanese company registered the name R7 with a two-cylinder sports motorcycle. The original machine of this name was a unique creation, designed to cope on the track at a time when racing conditions are not or in the hands of brands from the land of the rising sun.

For many, the idea that the YZF-R7 designation could be used for a machine representing the MT-07 with armor, with minimal changes beyond that, would be a real sacrilege.

When this kind of information arrived in March, they suggested that the R7 could reach the market very quickly. That brings us to today’s news.

The brand from Iwata now brings the first teaser of the new R model, which we can say with great certainty is the new Yamaha YZF-R7. The video itself starts on the racetrack, but, interestingly, ends on winding roads.

The teaser makes some interesting choices, especially considering the racing heritage that the R mark has.

What should be the biggest selling point of the new R7 is its price. Although it is not known how accurate it will be, it is stated that it will attract fans of the two streams.

Be on standby in the coming weeks, as the chances are high that we will see the new R7.

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