Ray Z scooter from Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd is the recipient of the
India Design Mark (I Mark) awarded by the India Design Council. Following the
last two years’ award for the YZF-R15 and Yamaha Ray, this is Yamaha’s third
consecutive I Mark award, according to a company statement.
India Design Council is affiliated with India’s Ministry of Commerce &
Industry and comprises eminent people in academia, design and industry
organisations. Its India Design Mark (I Mark) awards programme was initiated in
cooperation with the Japan Institute of Design Promotion, and in line with the
same standards set by Japan's Good Design Award (G Mark). Open application and
judging for the third I Mark awards was in 2013, and in the award’s third year,
2014, the Yamaha RAY Z was one of the I Mark recipients.
on the concept of an ‘Aggressive Sporty Design’, the Ray Z has been developed
to target young male users between 18 and 22 years of age. Ray Z comes with a
sporty look and feel. Its features include smoked-finish visor for a
motorcycle-like image, aluminium rear wing-shaped tandem rider grab-bars, new
instrument panel with carbon fibre-patterned background, carbon fibre-patterned
seat cover material, and dynamic colouring and graphics, the company added.
Source: Yamaha Motor India
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