Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki has unveiled the GSX-S750 sports bike at the 2016 Intermot Motorcycle Show in Cologne, Germany.
The brand new GSX-S750 replaces the GSR750 in Suzuki's lineup of naked sport bikes and will sit under the table-topping GSX-S1000.
Powering the new GSX-S750 is a 749cc inline-four cylinder engine that produces 111bhp @10,500rpm and 81Nm of torque @ 9,000rpm.
The new naked sports bike features a new air box and an updated version of the four-into-one exhaust system used on the GSR750.
The ABS variant of the new GSX-S750 weighs in at 213 kilograms and the fuel tank can hold 16-litres of fuel. The wheelbase of the new sports bike is 1,455mm, 5mm more than its predecessor while the seat lies 820mm above the ground.
The GSX-S750 uses the same steel chassis found on GSR750 which Suzuki claim has been designed for maximum comfort.
Up front, the S750 gets a 41mm gold-anodised KYB upside down fork with 120mm travel while at the rear the bumpy stuff is handled by a single rear shock with seven-way adjustable preload settings.
Also present is a new swingarm, designed specifically for the new bike.
To ensure the GSX-S750 comes to a halt, Suzuki has fitted twin 320mm disc brakes up front with four-pot radial Nissin front calipers while at the rear, a solitary disc is tasked with slowing the new bike down.
The new GSX-S750 features aluminium alloy wheels which are shod with Bridgestone's Battleaxe S21 OE tyres.
The GSX-S750 is available in four different colour options: Metallic Triton Blue, Gloss Sparkle Black, Mira Red, and Metallic Matt Black.