The much awaited Bluetooth-connected technology called the 'Yamaha Motorcycle Connect X' was introduced in the country by Yamaha Motor India. The FZS Dark Knight Version is the Indian brand's first Bluetooth-enabled motorcycle.

Yamaha FZS Dark Knight Edition

For the Yamaha FZ-S Dark Knight Version, the Connect X will be standard, the price of which has been bumped up slightly. The cost of the FZ-S Dark Knight is now Rs. 1,07,700 (Ex-showroom, New Delhi), effective November 1 , 2020.

The name 'Yamaha Motorcycle Connect X' is inspired by two components, Connectivity and Innovative Technology, according to the Japanese production company. In the same way, the 'X' reflects the linked technology that helps riders to better understand their bikes.

The FZS Dark Knight Edition, enabled by Bluetooth, will go on sale on November 1 , 2020. Customers who want to book the new motorcycle will be able to visit their nearest registered dealerships accessible nationwide.

The Yamaha FZS Dark Knight model is powered by an updated 149 cc engine with a maximum output of 12 bhp at 7,250 rpm and a maximum torque of 13.6 Nm at 5,500 rpm. It comes equipped with front and rear disc brakes as well as single channel ABS for braking, while suspension duties are carried out by monoshock telescopic forks.

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