YAMAHA H20 XT PRICE
The YAMAHA H20 XT PRICE water-powered engine has been a grail of the automotive industry since the steam-powered carriage — a thought that has been largely forgotten with the increase of electrical vehicles.
Designer Maximise Lefebvre was hired by Yamaha to style a water-powered motorcycle, and now the official pictures are here. The engine uses a “closed-loop” pump to continuously cycle water, almost like how combustion engines operate with explosive liquids.
What powers the pump isn’t known, but an honest guess would be a chargeable battery. Lefebvre’s design takes inspiration from the 1975 Yamaha XT, a motorcycle that might continue to win the Dakar Rally. inspect Lefebvre’s Behance for more information and ideas.
Even by concept motorcycle standards, Yamaha has showcased something that is as confusing as it is intriguing Yamaha XT500 was an extremely popular endurance-style motorcycle, built by the Japanese manufacturer from 1975 to 1989. It was powered by a 499cc single-cylinder, which generated a peak power of 26.5 PS and a maximum torque of 38 Nm, paired to a 5-speed sequential gearbox
What’s surprising though, is the motorcycle itself. Everything about it, from the design to its powertrain, is utterly and extremely outlandish, but in a good way.
Lefebvre took inspiration from the original 1975 XT500, basically re-imagining it in a futuristic avatar. The bike is extremely compact and minimalistic, with some interesting features worth noticing.
Apart from that, it also sports a single-sided swingarm and a mono-shock suspension setup at the rear. It also gets a weirdly-placed handlebar and a small LED headlight.
The tail section features a tiny LED brake light and a twin-pronged mudguard, the latter of which is only there for aesthetics. However, the biggest highlight of this concept is not it’s alien styling, rather its powerplant. The Yamaha XT h2O runs not on fuel, but on water, and not in a hydrogen-combustion manner!
That said, this concept could spawn a future dual-sport, which might derive inspiration from its styling, but be powered by either a petrol engine or an electric motor.
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CONCLUSION OF YAMAHA H20 XT PRICE
The motorcycle will have a closed-loop H20 motor. It has a water pump that cycles water and provides means of propulsion. What powers the pump is a secret Yamaha chooses not to reveal at this time. Can water be used as an alternative fuel? There have been a few instances of inventors building cars and motorcycles that run on water but this will be the first time a mainstream motorcycle maker would be using water as a source of propulsion.
Grand scheme aside, the upcoming motorcycle will be a revival of Yamaha’s iconic 1975 XT 500 dual-purpose motorcycle. The concept sketch shows a minimalistic design with a supermoto style seat and floating panels. We love the uber-cool white tyres which blend well with the anodised blue finished bike.
If Yamaha does manage to build a production-ready water-powered motorcycle, they could have something pathbreaking as the first electric-powered motorcycle. A water-powered vehicle would have zero carbon emissions and virtually zero impact on the environment. It would also use an abundantly available power source. This could be the next big thing of this decade.
Watch the video for more doubts to be clear.
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