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Suzuki Drops The 2021 Hayabusa Today


Suzuki’s most famous motorcycle will make its comeback in its third generation avatar

Since the past few days, most of us have been salivating over the 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa. Some details of the upcoming Suzuki superbike have been leaked, but there are many questions that remain to be answered. All the details of the 2021 Hayabusa will be revealed in the next couple of hours once Suzuki takes the wraps off it and we witness the falcon's rebirth.

The 2021 Hayabusa is Suzuki's card to re-enter the premium performance segment. Though the pricing is yet to be revealed, we expect it to retail for over Rs 20 lakh in India. The pricing can be lowered if Suzuki decides to bring in the new Hayabusa as a CKD product.

One of the many things that are keeping enthusiasts on the edge of their seats is the 2021 Hayabusa’s powertrain. While there are rumours of Suzuki opting for forced induction (turbocharging/supercharging) for the new Busa, most of us believe that the engine could be a 1,400cc naturally-aspirated unit. Moreover, the 2021 Hayabusa is likely to join the 200 horsepower club.

Going by Suzuki’s teaser of the 2021 Hayabusa, the bike will be packed with electronic aids. It could get wheelie control, traction control, multiple riding modes, lean angle sensor and a bidirectional quickshifter. All of this data will be displayed on a TFT screen inserted between the analogue dials.

While Suzuki has not altered the bulbous overall design, the fairing appears to be redesigned and now houses gills. These will either be used for generating more downforce or for better heat dissipation to keep the mammoth of an engine cooler. We have even covered what one can expect from the latest bike, here.

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