2021 Suzuki Hayabusa image leaked

2021 Suzuki Hayabusa image leaked

2nd Feb 2021 2:30 pm

The new Hayabusa will be unveiled this month.

Within days of Suzuki releasing a teaser video of the new Hayabusa, a leaked image has surfaced, revealing the motorcycle.

  • 2021 Hayabusa gets a sleeker design 

  • Larger engine is expected develop more power

  • Official unveil on February 5, 2021

2021 Suzuki Hayabusa: Design

The new Suzuki Hayabusa is expected to feature a shaper and meaner design that will be an evolution of the previous motorcycle. That said, the new motorcycle does seem to retain the original's unique identity, albeit with contemporary design elements. Whether it is the large headlamp, the swooping fairing or the tail section, it is all reminiscent of the previous Hayabusa. The huge exhausts are another design element that makes the Hayabusa instantly recognisable.

2021 Suzuki Hayabusa: Engine

Details about the new-generation model’s engine are still under wraps but a patent filing in 2019 suggests that the new Hayabusa gets a larger unit. The power and torque figures also expected to see a bump and it is rumoured to produce over 200hp. The teaser video shows the motorcycle hitting 290kph and it won't be surprising to see the Hayabusa cross the 300kph mark.

To transmit that power, there'll be a 6-speed manual gearbox although there are rumours that Suzuki may also offer a DCT option.

2021 Suzuki Hayabusa: Electronics and chassis

While the previous Hayabusa only had ABS and power modes, the new Suzuki Hayabusa is expected to get a contemporary suite of electronics, including IMU-assisted traction control and ABS. Suzuki is also expected to offer the latest generation suspension, brakes and tyres on the new Hayabusa.

2021 Suzuki Hayabusa: Availability

Suzuki will reveal the new Hayabusa on February 5, 2021, and it goes with saying that legions of ‘Busa fans are waiting to see what the all-new motorcycle is all about. Stay tuned for the updates.

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