The FX-Z is based on FZ150 and is powered by a 149-cc core blue FI engine.
In terms of design, the Neo-retro-themed motorcycle packs circular LED lights with DRLs, sleek LED tail lamp, block pattern tyre and front fork boots.
Yamaha FX-Z will be available in three colour choices. The FX-Z also offers Bluetooth connectivity-based fixtures. The variant with connected features will ask for Rs 3,000 premium over the base model.
In terms of riding posture, Yamaha says FX-Z will offer an upright handle position and tuck and roll perch.
Tohru Ohara, project leader of FZ-X, said, “FX-Z is specially developed for India. We had the goal to bring out the Neo-retro design. We used the FZ150 engine here.”
Yamaha is also offering 200 units of Casio G-Shock watches for the initial set of customers free of cost.
Yamaha also unveiled the updated Ray-ZR and Fascino with smart hybrid motor. The prices will be revealed shortly.