Although it's powered by the impressive crossplane concept 689cc inline-twin engine, the smaller XSR700 gets the bulk of its influences from Yamaha's classic "XS" vintage motorcycles, bringing exposed aluminum details, a decidedly classic tank silhouette, stepped seat, and a classically styled headlight and taillight to reference the iconic look of yesterday. But the propulsion is strictly modern, with a sporty chassis and modern suspension bracketing the pair of high-revving cylinders, with a 270-degree crank laying down a linear torque response. Robust brakes with ABS, 10-spoke cast-aluminum wheels, and LCD instrumentation round out the goods. So what's new for 2020? Um, only the brighter Radical White/Rapid Red paint scheme and a different color for the wheels. Good news is the MSRP remains $8,499. It'll hit dealers in February 2020.