Yamaha MTH 500 Concept is a layout study of a bike inspired simply by Yamaha’s philosophy and innovative technology. It absolutely was created by Stephane Fougere from France. Depending on the dimensions of the 2007 Yamaha R6, the MTH 500 is often a hi-tech naked motorbike focused on technology and riding sensations. Among the major features are the anti-dive hub-center steering technique that replaces the conventional hydraulic forks as well as the adoption of Formula 1-inspired Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems (KERS). The design is actually characterized by a tight integration between the almost organic and natural body surfaces of the upper section along with the mechanical components in the lower area. The drivetrain – a hybrid system with a 500cc serp – aims at optimizing energy efficiency along with using it regarding pure performance and lively safety. The bike is actually mainly targeted to the so-called Technopodes: any French term that indicates wealthy buyers under 40 years, generally male, who have an lively lifestyle and lovers and early adopters of technology.