Suzuki Hayabusa Bike Return With Multi-Engine Power Mode On 5 February 2021
New Suzuki Hayabusa Bike 2021 Coming With Update Engine
The New Suzuki Hayabusa bike came into the discussion in India last time when John Abraham was shown driving this bike in the Bollywood film Dhoom in the year 2004. The latest Bharat Stage VI (BS 6) criteria came into force from April 2020. At that time Suzuki Hayabusa bike was discontinued in India. Suzuki India was also successful in selling the remaining units of this motorcycle long before the new emission standard came into force. All units of the old model of this bike were sold by March 2020.
The Suzuki Hayabusa Bike was discontinued worldwide due to stringent emission regulations, eventually returning to the bike. Several patent filings in 2020 suggest that Suzuki is working to bring back its most famous superbike in a new avatar.
The company’s new teaser shows that the twin analog clock of the bike’s instrument console has been updated. Now a small TFT panel has been given in the middle of the analog dial. Despite the update, the instrument console still looks like a fairly old-school bike.
Other updates to the new Hayabusa Bike include a multi-engine power mode, a quick shifter, and a new electronic suspension. It may also include a Comprehensive Electronics Suite, which includes an Inert Measurement Unit (IMU) that will power the cornering ABS and traction control system.
The older model featured a 1,340 cc, liquid-cooled, inline 4-cylinder engine, known for churning out 197 bhp at 9,500 rpm and 155 Nm of peak torque at 7,200 rpm. The old model accelerates from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in just 2.74 seconds and has a top speed of 299 kilometers per hour. This bike was introduced in the year 1999 and it was also the fastest production bike at the time. The updated version of this engine will be found in the new model, 5 February 2021 when the bike is introduced, more information about it will be revealed.