Shown ahead of the EICMA show in Milan, Italy is the 2020 Yamaha TMax 560 super scooter. The TMax is a popular scooter and car substitute in Europe and now enters the seventh generation.

Amongst changes made to next year’s TMax 560 is a bigger engine, going up in size from 530 cc to 560 cc. However, engine power only takes a 2 hp jump, producing 47.6 hp at 7,500 rpm and 55.7 Nm of torque at 5,250 rpm with power getting to the ground via automatic transmission and belt drive.

While the bodywork looks much the same as the previous TMax 500, the new generation TMax 560 sports some small but significant changes. There include turn signals integrated into the headlights as well as a new tail light unit.

Along with these changes, the seat has been redesigned to improve ergonomics on the TMax and increase comfort. Other items carried over from the outgoing TMax include twin 267 mm diameter brake discs in front, 15-inch wheels and 15-litre fuel tank.

Besides the new TMax, Yamaha is releasing another version, the sportier TMax Tech Max. Upgrades of the Tech Max over the base TMax 560 include electrically controlled windshield, cruise control, heated grips, adjustable rear suspension and TMax Connect smartphone connectivity.

GALLERY: 2020 Yamaha TMax 560

GALLERY: 2020 Yamaha TMax 560 Tech Max