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Monday, October 26, 2015

The future of Suzuki Hayabusa

Ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show 2015, news emerged about the Suzuki Hayabusa. Motorcycle premium ordained the fastest motorcycles in the world reportedly will appear in a new face and use the new engine as well.

As usual Young Machine, a Japanese magazine that always delivers digital engineering for the new models that will emerge, including the violent Suzuki Hayabusa. From the pictures released as a magazine cover, it appears Hayabusa borrow a little look of GSX-1300R.
The latest look of Suzuki Hayabusa is attached as the cover of the Japanese magazine Young Machine. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1MWm6Nv)
Its side section similar to the old Hayabusa, but with a different touch on the air grille. Nearly all identical parts, including the larger body. The most interesting are the looks that uses LED as DRL with elongated lines as a single eyebrow.
2015 Suzuki Hayabusa - GSX1300R. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Md8f6F)
As the rumors blow, such as exhaled by Young Machine, that Suzuki will increase the capacity of the machine from the current 1,340 cc to 1,500 cc. There is no definite information, but if true, Hayabusa will overstep the toughest rival today that Kawasaki ZZR-1400. Of course, the chassis will be revised, as well as the overall setting. Here is today Suzuki Hayabusa - GSX 1300R.
Not only Hayabusa, Suzuki is also preparing another surprise at the Tokyo Motor Show 2015, including several concepts such as GSX and V-Strom 250. Besides, rumor has it that this motor will be released in the second or third quarter in 2016. And predicted, will be along to dealers in 2017. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | AUTOEVOLUTION]
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