The latest Suzuki Hayabusa rumours

According to speculation the new Hayabusa will be bigger and better

According to the latest rumours and renders from Japanese publication, the new Hayabusa will be refreshed from top to bottom. The third version of Suzuki’s iconic model will no longer feature a turbo. Speculations say that the Busa will be fitted with a larger displacement engine and all the latest technology

The Italian Insella publication released some gossip regarding the 2019 Suzuki GSX-1300R Hayabusa. According to them, the new Busa will grow a larger engine, jumping from 1340 cm3 to 1440 cm3 to comply to the EURO 4 regulations. The electronics package will feature traction control, semi-active suspension and cornering ABS and the name is likely to be changed to GSX1400R.

The Hayabusa was the most common name in the hyperbike world until the Kawasaki H2 showed up. For 2018 the guys at Kawasaki releasing the touring version of the H2 the Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX, making it Busa’s main competition. The guys at Suzuki will probably release the next version of GSX-1300R this fall at Eicma until then we can take a look at these renderings and hope it will look at least this good.

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