Yamaha has launched the new MotoGP edition of its 125cc scooter Ray ZR 125 in India. The company introduced it alongside the new MotoGP versions of the R15 V4 and MT 15 V2 as part of its 'The Call of the Blue' brand campaign. With an ex-showroom (Delhi) price tag of Rs. 92,330, this iteration of the Ray ZR 125 is slightly cheaper than the Street Rally version of the scooter which starts at Rs. 94,830.
Changes to the new trim of the scooter are limited to a new livery inspired by Yamaha's MotoGP machine. Sporting an all-black body, emblazoned with an eye-catching 'Monster Energy' badge and logo on either side of the front apron, the back panel also appears to be littered with blue, white, and gray stickers. This set of graphics makes the Ray ZR 125's quirky design look sporty.
Mechanically, the MotoGP edition of the scooter is the same as the other versions. It is powered by a 125 cc engine that benefits from the Hybrid Power Assist system and produces 8.04 PS of power and 10.3 Nm of peak torque. Additionally, with a total weight of 99kg, it is one of the lightest scooters available for sale. It rides on a 12-10-inch alloy wheel combination that is suspended by telescopic forks up front and a mono-shock at the rear. The braking setup consists of drums at both ends, while optional front disc brakes are also available.
Yamaha Ray ZR 125 prices start at Rs. 84,730 and go up to Rs 95,830 (both prices are ex-showroom).