Yamaha R15 V2 can be seen here with a long list of features, leaving even concept cars behind with technologically advanced sensors and first-in-class equipment. Kunal Custom Designs recently modified the second generation R15 to achieve this futuristic machine with keyless ignition and fingerprint security system. The electric starter can be managed through the button, connected smartphone and even the infotainment display on the motorcycle. The console is now seen mounted on the handlebar while empty space under the visor is filled with a 6.9-inch display with an independent fingerprint sensor and battery health display. The infotainment display supports touch inputs.
Modified R15 Video (Part 1)
Once the owner puts his finger on the scanner, the mirrors automatically retract from the closing position. This modified Yamaha R15 V2 comes with a rearview camera while front comes with an Autologue-inspired fairing that hides the headlight in such a way that a sharp design is received. The modifier has used projector headlights and LED indicators that also act as emergency lights when a button is pressed. The motorcycle also features an anti-theft alarm, navigation, notification for the calls, voice control and instructions. Not just that, the rider has fitted a sensor to help the headlights achieve automatic high/low beam function.
Modified R15 Video (Part 2)
Another great feature on this modified Yamaha R15 V2 is cruise control. The complete wiring was modified to achieve mobile control and complicated systems like the cruise control. The cost of modification is not exactly known as Kunal roughly calculated the raw material cost (not including the wires cost) to be over INR 20,000. As complete work was done at home, the above cost does not include any additional manpower cost. The motorcycle has a unique wrap on the body, flaunting faux carbon fiber finish on most parts to add visual enhancement to the R15 V2.
Modified Yamaha R15 Photos