The R15 has attracted hordes of nascent and experienced bikers alike due to its sharp dynamics, high revving punchy 150cc mill and superbike levels of quality and ergonomics in one small, accessible package. Since launch in 2008, it received a mid-life update in 2011 and christened the R15 v2.0. That was five years back and the R15 is due for another update. Now Yamaha sells the R15 v2.0 in Indonesia as well and spy pics of the v2.0 replacement have surfaced on the streets of Indonesia. What will most probably be known as the R15 v3.0 seems to use the underpinnings of the Yamaha M Slaz, another 150cc naked sold overseas.