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Yamaha XS-V1 Sakura 1,000cc air-cooled Japanese style Bike


Yamaha Motor will be displaying 19 exhibition models in a booth organized around the concept of “The Art of Engineering” at the upcoming 40th Tokyo Motor Show 2007 to be held from Oct. 27 to Nov. 11. At Tokyo Motor Show 2007 Yamaha will unveil for the first time in the world the special exhibition model- XS-V1 Sakura. Yamaha XS-V1 Sakura boasts the latest technologies in its 1,000cc, air-cooled V-twin engine and chassis, while featuring a “Japanese style” look integrated with an image of the XS-1, Yamaha’s first 4-stroke 650cc model released in 1970.
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Yamaha XS-V1 Sakura is a V-twin sport model with a look of “Japanese style” in the image of Yamaha’s first 4-stroke 650cc model, the XS-1 released in 1970. Its design is full of XS-1 DNA, in its simplicity and functional beauty and finds new refinement in a retro-modern aesthetic. It is a model that proposes a very Yamaha and very Japanese vision of premium motorcycling life, bringing together the unique characteristics of a 1,000cc air-cooled, V-twin model with its strong pulse feeling and easy-going running performance in a finely crafted body that is lightweight and slim and defined by a low seat height.