The 2023 Japan Mobility Show, set to kick off on October 25 with its first press day, promises to be a transformative event in the world of transportation. While traditionally known for cars, this year’s show will expand its horizons to encompass a wide array of mobility solutions. Among the notable participants, Yamaha has announced its presence at the event, taking a unique approach with a showcase that extends beyond conventional automobiles. The company is all set to unveil motorcycles, scooters, e-bikes, and innovative concepts that feature more than two wheels.
One of the spotlight creations by Yamaha is the converted YXZ1000R, designed to run on hydrogen while retaining its internal combustion engine. This recreational off-highway vehicle (ROHV) is an innovative attempt to combine the benefits of traditional ICE vehicles with zero emissions. Yamaha’s aim is to preserve the distinctive appeal of these engines, including their unique sound and feel, well into the future.