The Yamaha R6 Carbon is a specially customised model of the motorcycle with extras including an Akrapovic titanium exhaust and a body wrap with a carbon-fiber design. Superbike enthusiasts are unable to look away from the motorcycle for very long because of the motorcycle’s overall allure. The number plate has been shifted to the lower side of the frame because the rear part is shipped without a fender. The motorcycle is shown with golden-finished rider footpeg sections and Bridgestone Battlax tyres. On the motorcycle, you can see the Deltabox frame with its recognisable weld in the centre. The front golden forks delicately balance off the embellishments.
With this motif, the R6’s key characteristics, like as its turn mirror-mounted indicators and two projector headlights, are further highlighted. Based on the most recent model, the Yamaha R6 Carbon proudly displays four independent exhaust pipes via the narrow opening in the centre. The fuel tank’s fins, though, are hardly visible through the carbon shroud. On the motorcycle, both the front and rear suspension as well as the brake system are standard. The front visor was likewise covered in the same pattern, which made the R6 less useful for tucking.
The motorcycle is powered by a strong 599cc, four-cylinder engine from Yamaha that generates 118.4 HP at 14,500 rpm and 61.7 Nm at 10,500 rpm. The engine is paired with a 6-speed transmission. The stock form’s stated top speed is 262 kph, and its wet weight is 190 kg. The whole exhaust system on the Yamaha R6 Carbon has been replaced with a titanium Akrapovic unit, making it significantly lighter than the stock model. The price of this update is currently unclear, and the Yamaha R6’s formal debut in India is also uncertain. The scope has unquestionably improved with the introduction of ZX-6R, though.