Suzuki Launch 25 World Superbike Replicas

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Suzuki motorcycles is staging its comeback into MotoGP once again. This year they are planning to enter a few races as a wild card entrant. To garner interest into its project the Japanese automobile giant has launched a limited edition of its GSX-R1000.

The limited edition model will sport a World Superbike livery. Only 25 models of the limited edition motorcycle will be available. Suzuki has priced the World Superbike replica at INR 12,11,841. However, a discount is applicable on the motorcycle for INR 11,10,845.

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Suzuki GSX-R1000 sports the same livery as World Superbike riders Alex Lowes and Eugene Laverty. Their main sponsor for this year is Voltcom Crescent, along with several other sub-sponsors. The replica will look similar to the motorcycles used in the premier class.

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Suzuki GB Marketing Manager, Rob Cooper, explains, "Following the popularity of the Tyco Suzuki replica GSX-R600 released earlier this summer, we're delighted to follow it up with a Voltcom Crescent Suzuki edition GSX-R1000."

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He further added, "In the UK we're in a great position, where we have a British-based team with homegrown riders competing on the world stage, so it's an excellent opportunity to show support your support."

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The limited edition World Superbike replica GSX-R1000 will get special parts and components. It will sport a Yoshimura R77 exhaust, along with GB Racing engine cover. The main attraction is a single seat cowl signed by both Alex Lowes and Eugene Laverty.

The World Superbike replica will be available only in United Kingdom and are restricted to 25 models. Suzuki will not launch the World Superbike replicas in its smaller 600cc and 750cc motorcycles. The Japanese manufacturer wants to maintain the exclusivity of the limited edition model.


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Story first published: Wednesday, August 20, 2014, 18:03 [IST]
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