Yamaha Develops TY-E 2.0 Electric Trials Bike | Photos, Specifications


The TY-E 2.0 electric trials bike, approaches achieving carbon neutrality from the perspective of motorcycling fun. The Company plans to enter the bike in select rounds of the 2022 FIM Trial World Championship.

In 2021, the Company reviewed the Yamaha Motor Group Environmental Plan 2050 originally formulated in 2018 and set a new goal of aiming for carbon neutrality throughout all of its business activities—including across its products' life cycles—by 2050.

The project to develop the TY-E 2.0 is underway as one uniquely Yamaha approach for achieving carbon neutrality. Under its FUN x EV development concept, the TY-E 2.0 aims to provide more fun than internal combustion engines by taking advantage of the traits unique to electric vehicles, such as powerful low-down torque and strong acceleration.

The TY-E 2.0’s development progressed based on the first TY-E model announced in 2018 and features a newly designed monocoque frame made of composite laminates housing an electric power unit with improved performance through a combination of mechanical parts and electronic control. The bike also mounts a newly developed lightweight battery with approximately 2.5 times the capacity of the previous model.

the Yamaha TY-E 2.0 just officially debuted at the 49th Tokyo Motorcycle Show, and our initial wave of information shows a refined bike in Yamaha’s lineup.

The beautiful composite monocoque frame (CFRP) has been updated, and the battery pack benefits from half a decade’s worth of progress – boasting 2.5x more energy capacity than the previous “1.0” model, with only a 20% weight increase. 

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Yamaha Develops TY-E 2.0 Electric Trials Bike | Photos, Specifications

Yamaha Develops TY-E 2.0 Electric Trials Bike | Photos, Specifications

Source: Yamaha Motor Global, Asphalt & Rubber

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