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Urban traffic congestion is a major problem in many European cities, and is set against a background of increased environmental awareness and the squeeze on many consumers’ disposable incomes. The landscape of personal mobility is set to change drastically, and Yamaha is working to develop New Mobility solutions designed to facilitate and encourage the adoption of a new mindset amongst urban commuters.
Despite the availability of a wide choice of scooters, a huge number of commuters continue to make their daily journey into the city using public transport or a car. In addition to these non-riding members of the public, there are also those riders who currently commute on 2-wheels – or may have done so in the past – and are attracted by the increased feeling of stability and riding confidence that are associated with a new 3-wheel concept.
The all-new Tricity is the first model in Yamaha’s New Mobility segment, and it represents a new solution to the issue of personal transportation. Unlike some other larger and heavier multi wheel scooter-style vehicles, the Tricity has been developed using a completely different approach in which lightness, sportiness, agility and ease of use are the key elements. Continue reading “2014 Yamaha Tricity unveiled – new mobility to the world”
This 3-wheeled concept model currently under development seeks to create a new market for commuter vehicles. It has a 125cc engine, a light and sporty ride, a feeling of stability and is easy-to-use. This is all wrapped into a beautifully designed exterior with new, playful appeal. As one of the models set to realize our long-term vision of “opening up a new frontier of personal mobility,” this model adopts leaning multi-wheel (LMW) technology for its two front wheels.
[Length×Width×Height]=1,905 mm×735 mm×1,215 mm
[Engine type]=Liquid-cooled 4-stroke
[Fuel supply system]=Fuel injection
[Transmission type]=V-belt automatic
[Vehicle weight]=Approximately 150 kg