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Suzuki Motorcycles is all set to introduce the latest iteration of their flagship motorcycle, the Hayabusa. The company will be globally unveiling the new motorcycle on February 5, 2021. Ahead of its global unveil, the new Hayabusa has been teased giving us a glimpse of the updated hyperbike.
The teaser showcases the bike approaching a banked section of the race track at nearly at 300kmph. The rider takes the corner carrying the same speed to showcase the bike's stability despite a banked corner. The company is using the term "Perfectly Poised" as the motorcycle goes around the bend.
In the teaser video also reveals the new Hayabusa's instrument cluster. It seems to be the same semi-digital layout from the previous model with a digital display in the middle. The screen is flanked on either side by the analogue tachometer and speedometer along with fuel and temperature gauge placed at the extreme ends of the cluster.
The digital TFT display also features a different UI and display a host of information including a gear position in the middle, lean angles, ride modes, a clock, and ambient temperature; among others.
With more observations of the instrument cluster, we could spot the telltale signs for the traction control, power modes, lap timer and more on the TFT display. As a result, we can expect a whole host of electronic rider aids on the all-new motorcycle. These include a 6-axis IMU to balance the cornering forces, wheelie control and more. These could be controlled using a new switchgear cube on the upcoming new Hayabusa.
While the teaser does not reveals many details, there are some speculations of what can be expected on the 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa. Starting with the design, it is unlikely that the company will make huge changes to the design of the motorcycle.
The Hyabusa is one among the most aerodynamic motorcycle and the company would not want to change the design to extract maximum performance. However, it could undergo subtle revision to its headlamps and taillamps; among others.
Speaking about perfromance, the new Hayabusa is also expected to use the same 1340cc inline-four-cylinder DOHC liquid-cooled engine. However, the company could tune it slightly to extract maximum performance and make the legendary engine comply with the latest emission norms in the country.
In its previous tune, the engine produced a maximum of 195bhp at 9500rpm and a peak torque of 155Nm at 7200rpm. The engine came mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The company could offer the new bike with the bi-directional quickshifter. This propelled the motorcycle from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 2.8 seconds.
The 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa is also expected to come equipped with new suspension and braking hardware. It could be offered with an electronic adjustable suspension unit at both ends along with a top-spec Brembo braking setup.
Thoughts About The 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa Teased Ahead Of Unveil Next Month
The Suzuki Hayabusa is one among the most iconic hyperbikes which was introduced to the world in the year 1999. There is a lot of speculation and anticipation around the unveiling of the 2021 Hayabusa. Whether the new motorcycle will rewrite the history, remains to be seen.