2021 Suzuki Hayabusa is launched: new design, engine improvements and new technologies


Suzuki launched the new 2021 GSX 1300 RR Hayabusa, a model that arrives with new design, engine improvements and new embedded technologies.

The look of the new 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa is new, with new fairings and a new front optical assembly. This one is vertical, with an LED cannon at the bottom. In fact, all lighting is LED, that is, headlights, flashlights and turn signals rely on this technology.

The integrated turn signals positioned at the ends of the front fairing have become more modern, and also work as DRL (daytime running light). At the rear, the turn signals are also integrated into the flashlight.

The side fairings are new, with a redesigned air outlet and the application of a chrome frieze at the edges. There are also highlighted appliques, in gold in the black model, in red in the silver model and in blue in the white model.

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Revised engine

The new 2021 Hayabusa maintained the same 4-cylinder inline engine and 1,340 cm³ with liquid cooling, but received improvements, mainly to adapt to the new Euro 5 anti-pollution standards. The power reduced slightly, from 197 HP to 190 HP, and the torque is 15.3 kgfm / 150Nm at 7000 rpm (200 rpm less).

Despite the “shy” numbers (above 200hp was expected), the power and torque curve improved, with low and medium speeds delivering more. With this, the new Hayabusa manages to be a little faster from 0 to 200 meters than the previous model, and reaches the same top speed (299 km / h), in addition to being more economical.

This was only possible with modifications in 550 of 1000 parts, including the crankshaft, pistons, connecting rods, cylinders, camshaft, intake system and even the air box.

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New technologies

The new 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa has gained new technologies, including 3 riding modes, 10-way adjustable traction control, anti-lift control, engine brake control, Bi-Directional Quick Shift System, Launch Control, Hill Hold Control and Cruise Control.

The instrument panel is new, with four analog clocks and a new color TFT LCD screen in the center, which displays real-time information such as motorcycle inclination, front and rear brake pressure, acceleration rate and accelerator position.

In addition, it received a new rear swingarm and new front brake calipers (Brembo Stylema).

Finally, the new 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa arrives in three new colors: Glass Sparkle Black / Candy Burnt Gold, Metallic Mat Sword Silver / Candy Daring Red, and Pearl Brilliant White / Metallic Mat Stellar Blue. The price in Germany is 18,500 Euros.

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