For the 20th anniversary of the TMax, the Japanese manufacturer has added custom forged carbon boomerangs, heat protection, and a front fender. Among its new aesthetic components are the high-specification heated seat with yellow stitching, Tech Graphite colored bronze wheels, and the 20th Anniversary logo.
The sport scooter still runs on a 562cc DOHC twin-cylinder engine that can deliver 46.9hp at 7,500rpm and 55.7Nm of torque at 5,250rpm. Suspension consists of a telescopic fork up front and swingarm at the rear, while hydraulic dual disc brakes provide stopping power.
“In 2001, the original Yamaha TMAX opened up many exciting new possibilities that changed the way we live our lives. With its dynamic performance, class-leading comfort and outstanding stability at high speed, this iconic machine has created the Sport Scooter category,” its product description reads.
According to Yamaha, the TMax has sold approximately 300,000 units—with 10 special versions released between 2006 and 2016—as Europe’s best-selling scooter. This time around, the 20th Anniversary version will be available in a Tech Graphite color, and with a selection of exclusive equipment.