Yamaha has revealed an exciting new electric mini motorcycle concept aimed at introducing racing to kids – the Yamaha E-FV. The miniature sportsbike will debut at the upcoming Japan Mobility Show.
Designed for aspiring young racers, the battery-powered E-FV concept features Yamaha’s signature fully-faired YZF-R sportsbike styling in a pint-sized package. It allows children to experience cornering and handling dynamics on a simplified electric platform, sans gears or clutch.
The E-FV adds sensory immersion with speakers emitting fake exhaust noises, emulating the sounds of real racing. By letting kids hone control skills from an early age, Yamaha hopes to foster future professional racers.
In addition to the mini racer, Yamaha will also showcase its futuristic self-balancing ELOVE electric scooter concept in Tokyo. With unconventional front suspension and steering, ELOVE leans into turns automatically.
Both concepts represent Yamaha’s vision for electric mobility while engaging younger demographics. The E-FV mini race bike in particular highlights the brand’s commitment to developing future talents in motorcycling early through purpose-built concepts.
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