Suzuki’s Largest Gixxer Gets Legendary Colours

There are seven editions to honour its seven premier class MotoGP titles

  • Suzuki won the 2020 MotoGP title, courtesy Joan Mir.
  • He is the Japanese outfit’s sixth champion.
  • Each bike gets an Akrapovic end can as standard.

It is normal for motorcycle manufacturers to celebrate their racing success with their fans with special championship-winning livery editions of their prestigious bikes. But Suzuki, a manufacturer who just won its seventh MotoGP title with Joan Mir, took the celebrations one step further with the launch of the GSXR-1000R ABS Legends Edition.

You can choose from any one of the seven world championship winning liveries on the litre-class sportbike. Be it Barry Sheene’s first title astride the RG500 or the Lucky Strike-liveried RGV500 ridden by Kevin Schwantz to his only title or the 100th Anniversary colours that were found on Joan Mir’s GSX-RR, you are literally spoilt for choice, especially for a motorsport buff who would love to own such a machine.

What the Legends Edition also comes with aside from the special livery is a pillion seat cowl and a street-legal Akrapovic end can. How much will it burn your wallet by? Well, the standard GSXR-1000R ABS costs roughly Rs 17.45 lakh (19,290 Euros), whereas every single one of the Legends Edition bikes costs Rs 20.36 lakh (22,500 Euros).

Sadly, none of these special edition Gixxers or even the stock bike is likely to come to India anytime soon.

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