2016 Yamaha MT-10 11

We’ve seen Yamaha’s MT lineup; from the small capacity MT-25 and MT-03, to the mid-range MT-07 and the three-cylinder MT-09 and MT-09 Tracer, the Japanese manufacturer has something for everyone. Now, the brand has gone to EICMA in Milan to present the alpha dog – the new MT-10.

Set to be launched in Europe at the end of May next year, the MT-10 is not like the rest of the family. The bike has so many striking lines yet so little body work, and an angry face to scare away the kids.

2016 Yamaha MT-10 25

The MT-10 is also the first model in the range to feature a four-cylinder engine, which in this case is a 999 cc CP4 crossplane engine derived from the YZF-R1. While the company has yet to officially announce the output, we expect the bike to have more than 150 hp on tap.

2016 Yamaha MT-10 12

Like its superbike cousin, the MT-10 is packed with a handful of race-derived electronics and technology such as the D-Mode system with three running modes, three-level traction control, slipper clutch, as well as a cruise control, which operates above 50 km/h.

As for chassis, the MT-10 gets a Deltabox aluminium frame and an aluminium swingarm. The bike has a short wheelbase of 1,400 mm and adjustable suspension at both ends. It rolls on five-spoke aluminium wheels, with dual floating disc brakes at the front and a single disc at the rear. ABS is standard.

 

 

 

 



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