Suzuki presents the new Hayabusa with its performance and its military fighter technology, a true Ultimate Sport.
Engine from 1340 cc with a power of 190 hp and an unparalleled delivery at low and medium revs and a maximum torque of 150Nm at 7.000 rpm. The maximum speed is self-limited to 299 km / h.
In Italy premieres the Hayabusa Web Edition, a limited edition with a limited edition of 10, bookable only online on the Suzuki web store. Offered at 21.490 Euros, this special series boasts an extra equipment that also includes the Akrapovic titanium exhaust.
The Hayabusa stays true to its unmistakable silhouette while maximizing aerodynamic efficiency. The silhouette is inspired by Peregrine Falcon Japanese which also gives its name to motorcycle, with a visual advancement of the masses and a raised tail. The Multi-LED headlight it has an elongated shape and is flanked by position lights that integrate the direction indicators, an exclusive solution, which makes the line cleaner and more streamlined. The new Hayabusa also has thin rearview mirrors, new rims with seven spokes and silencers that weigh over 2 kg less than the previous ones.
The new Hayabusa inherits the legendary and powerful liquid-cooled four-cylinder in-line engine from 1.340 cc. The exhaust system helps to meet Euro 5 emission standards and makes a decisive contribution to power and torque at low and mid-range, the most commonly used in road driving. The new Suzuki Hayabusa has a maximum power of 140 kW (190 hp) at 9.700 rpm and focuses on the expression of a powerful maximum torque of 150 Nm at 7.000 rpm.
The delivery curve of the new Hayabusa shows how the torque is more powerful in the low and medium revs than the previous model.
The new Hayabusa is capable of detaching the previous series when starting from a standstill and in most everyday situations, while the maximum speed is always self-limited at 299 km / h.
Aerodynamic performance is of fundamental importance for a motorcycle capable of reaching maximum speeds in the order of 300 km / h. Thanks also to prolonged tests in the wind tunnel and the use of the most advanced CAE analysis tools, the Hayabusa records one of the best drag coefficients ever measured on a production bike, with extraordinary results in terms of penetration, stability. and rider protection. This is perfectly integrated into the shape of the bike and can assume a more comfortable position than in the past, with the handlebar retracting by 12 mm and ensuring total mastery in every situation.
The chassis of the Suzuki Hayabusa uses a light frame double beam and an aluminum swingarm. A new seatpost frame, lightened by 700 grams, completes the rear part.
The calibration of the fork with upside-down stems from 43 mm KYB and theRear shock absorber KYB, both fully adjustable, have been optimized to better absorb the roughness of the ground and to achieve better stability.
Even at the level of ibraking system the Hayabusa uses top-of-the-line components, with Brembo Stylema® four-piston front brake calipers coupled to 320mm discs. The bike features the integral Combined Brake System.
Suzuki partnered with Bridgestone to develop new tires specifically designed for Hayabusa, i Battlax Hypersport S22. These tires have a specific compound and carcass, designed to combine great agility and exemplary driving precision with exceptional grip on all surfaces, without compromising on durability.
The Hayabusa boasts a perfect 50:50 weight distribution between the front and the rear, favoring greater control even when cornering.
The Suzuki Hayabusa offers the best of motorcycle technology available on the market today, managed by advanced electronics thanks to the data collected by the six-axis inertial platform.
The Suzuki Drive Mode Selector Alpha (SDMS-α) allows the rider to choose between three predefined driving modes and three more customizable.
- Traction Control (Motion Track Traction Control System - 10 levels + off)
- "Power management" function (Power Mode Selector - 3 levels)
- Bidirectional Quick Shift System - 2 levels + off
- "Giùlaruota" anti wheelie system (Anti Lift Control System - 10 levels + off)
- "Engine Brake" System (Engine Brake Control System - 3 levels + off)
Suzuki Hayabusa is there first bike to be equipped with the speed limiter. The Active Speed Limiter system allows the rider to easily set a limit speed, eliminating the risk of being distractedly traveling at speeds higher than desired. This system is the same used in MotoGP on the GSX-RR and is activated when certain speed limits must be respected when returning to the pits.
The equipment of the Hayabusa also includes the Cruise Control System, Launch Control System - 3 levels, Emergency Stop Signal, Motion Track Brake System, Slope Dependent Control System and Hill Hold Control System. The instrument cluster has a brand new design with a new TFT LCD display. The screen shows the current settings of the SDMS-α system or the Active Data display which indicates among other things the lean angle (with memory of the maximum lean reached), the pressure applied to the front and rear brakes, the longitudinal acceleration and the degree of opening of the accelerator. The cockpit is complemented by several sets of warning lights.
The Suzuki Hayabusa has a price of 19.390 euros and in Italy it is marketed with the single-seat cover for the passenger seat and the caps for the carbon look mirrors. In Italy, the Hayabusa Web Edition, a limited edition with a limited edition of 10, bookable only online on the Suzuki web store. Offered at 21.490 Euros, this special series boasts an extra equipment that also includes the Akrapovic titanium exhaust. The new Hayabusa will arrive at Suzuki official network dealers in March.