Ask Yamaha? Probably because it's meant to be a good all around bike/commuter/beginner bike. Even though you don't like aftermarket there's plenty of clip on/seat risers/rear sets to give you a more aggressive feel that have been out a while.
Since the R25 and R3 are almost the same motorcycle, other than their engines, the changes will be applied to both. The 2017 Yamaha R3 will get upside down front forks which will give it improved handling on the track. The headlights will be updated with LEDs, giving it excellent illumination at night while also adding aesthetic value. so finally are we getting aggressive position?