Yamaha prides itself as a one-stop shop for all things motorcycle. But did you know its mechanical empire extends beyond the world of powersports? Beginning today the Tuning Fork brand invites folks to the Los Angeles Auto Show to check out its “One Yamaha” inside The Garage, downstairs at the LA Convention Center.
“Yamaha is unlike any other company in the world with a diverse product line and passion that spans every lifestyle and every age,” says Yamaha’s Communications Manager Bob Starr.
“Yamaha is bringing together its many product segments under one roof at the Los Angeles Auto Show to symbolize the company’s commitment to manufacturing the most robust and varied line of powersports, mobility, music and audio products that’s ever been assembled under a single brand.”
From commercial-grade gasoline generators and pressure washers, to its innovative mobility systems including the Glide JWX-2 power-assist wheelchair and YPJ-R electric road bicycle, if it runs (engines), drives (golf carts and UTVs), floats (boats, marine, and watercraft), bangs (music), or even flies (Yamaha even makes drones for agriculture applications!), you might see a Tuning Fork symbol stamped on it.
Another fun fact: Yamaha’s logo stands for technology, production and sales — the three pillars of its business functioning in harmony.
The LA Auto Show is underway now until Sunday, November 27.