Yamaha launches new rides under its Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Edition
On Wednesday India Yamaha Motor Pvt. Ltd. as a part of its strategic brand campaign 'The Call of the Blue', launched a new line-up of 2022 Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Edition models.
These models include the Supersport YZF-R15M, Dark Warrior MT-15 V2.0, AEROX 155 which is a maxi-sports scooter, and RayZR 125 Fi, a hybrid scooter. The Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Edition model range will be available across all premium Blue Square outlets in India.
Let us tell you about the motorcycle model range of this edition-
YZF-R15M and MT-15 V2.0, flaunt the Yamaha MotoGP branding on the tank shrouds, fuel tank, and side panels, indicating its racing background. While the AEROX 155 and RayZR Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Edition get the Yamaha MotoGP branding all over the body.
Against the strong backdrop of Yamaha's enthusiasm in India, which began with the R Series, FZ Series, and MT Series, Yamaha has been able to offer two-wheelers that meet the global spirit of racing. Further to fuel its growth, Yamaha aims to strengthen the global image of excitement, style, and sportiness by offering MotoGP-inspired editions in the future as well.
Eishin Chihana who is the Chairman of Yamaha Motor India Group said, “Yamaha is known for its strong racing DNA in international motorsports. The Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Edition livery is a perfect representation of our commitment to offering a model range That reflects this proud lineage. Our performance in MotoGP this year has been exceptional, with Fabio Quartaro maintaining his lead in the rider standings. It also reflects Yamaha's unmatched engineering and technical power."
"At Yamaha, we aim to help our customers experience the same level of excitement seen in global racing. Today, we are delighted to introduce 4 Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Edition models to our customers who are avid MotoGP fans with the spirit of racing. Going forward, the company will continue to introduce more such exciting products as a part of its brand commitment towards India," he added.