Suzuki Hayabusa: Updated model of the legendary motorcycle

Hayabusa

Suzuki has announced the launch of the third-generation Hayabusa flagship motorcycle, which has been updated for the first time in 13 years. The novelty has received the previous concept of Ultimate Sport, implemented by the manufacturer in the first generation, as well as a branded unique design, incredible aerodynamic characteristics and excellent driving characteristics.

Hayabusa has a very smooth and at the same time aggressive style with sharp lines. The body paint is in two main colors, with accents on small details around the front air intakes, on the side fairings and at the rear of the motorcycle. For the first time for the brand, turn signals with integrated side lights are used here.

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Suzuki Hayabusa 2021

The new product has a four-cylinder engine with a volume of 1340 cm3, which meets the environmental standard “Euro-5”, with an electronic throttle control system and a revised valve mechanism. This allows for increased power and more torque at low to medium speeds, as well as maintaining performance at high speeds. The maximum speed of the motorcycle reaches 300 km / h (electronically limited), and the bike accelerates to “hundreds” in just 3.2 seconds.

Suzuki Hayabusa is equipped with the latest version of the Suzuki Intelligent Ride System (SIRS), which helps the driver to choose the riding mode, to choose the optimal settings for various electronic control systems of the motorcycle. SIRS also allows you to set speed limits and other parameters.

The new Suzuki Hayabusa will go on sale at the end of February. First in Europe and then in the rest of the world. The price is not reported, but some publications indicate the cost from 22.7 thousand dollars.

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