Japanese automaker Suzuki is set to launch the next pay generation model of its popular superbike Hayabusa in the Indian market. According to reports, the company will launch the bike on April 26. Recently Suzuki company introduced this bike in the global market.
The new Suzuki Hibusa has been being tested for the past few days. Today the company also shared a video of it, in which this bike is seen in a more powerful incarnation. This includes the company’s new logo design. Apart from this the new design fuel tank and aerodynamic face make this bike look more aggressive.
In the new Suzuki Hibusa, the company has offered long chrome plated exhaust (silencer) and 7 spoke alloy wheels. This is Hayabusa’s third pay generation model, the company introduced its first pay generation model in 1998, which was sold until 2007. Then, in 2008, the company launched its second pay model, which was still on sale.
Engine: No official announcement has been made about the engine details of this bike, but it is believed that the company may use an engine with a capacity of 1340 cc. There are also reports that the engine generates power up to 188 bhp and 150 Nm of torque and will have a top speed of 298 kmph. It can be given a 6 speed gearbox. It is claimed that this bike will accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in just 3.2 seconds. It is said that this bike will give a mileage of up to 15 kilometers per liter.
The bike will be available in the market with dual-tone color options, including Candy Gold with Gloss Sparkle Black, Candy Daring Red with Metallic Matte Sword Silver and Metallic Matte Stellar Blue with Pearl Brilliant White. It has LED headlights, instrument console with analog dials, TFT multi info display. The company has also given Suzuki Drive Mode Selector (SDMS) in this bike. Being a premium bike, it will also include some advanced features.
What will be the price: Although it is difficult to say anything about its price before the launch of the new Suzuki Haibusa. But experts believe it will be more expensive than the current second pay model. The company may launch it in the Indian market at a price of Rs 15 lakh. In the market here, this bike will mainly compete with models like Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R.