Suzuki unveiled an all-new GSX-R1000 concept model at EICMA*. Suzuki claims this to be a concept model; however, it looks more like a close to a production model.
Designers and engineers have worked relentlessly to improve, cornering, and braking in the GSX-R1000 and have also focussed on creating the perfect harmony between body and engine. The Next-generation Suzuki GSX-R1000 will be 'The King of Sportbikes.
Powering the GSX-R1000 Concept is a 1000cc, inline, four-cylinder engine. Suzuki engineers will increase power at higher RPMs and will maintain low to mid range grunt, which is achieved by Suzuki's new Broad Power System.
Suzuki will provide the next-generation GSX-R1000 with traction control and several tech-goodies from their racing projects. These include launch control, quick shift system, and several other electronic aids.
The swingarm and chassis have been worked on for maximum rigidity. Suzuki engineers have also tried to cut down the weight of the GSX-R1000 concept. Bodywork and cowling have also been redesigned for better airflow and least amount of drag.
*EICMA, or the Milan Motorcycle Show is an annual show in Milan, Italy featuring motorcycles.
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