South Korean motorcycle company Hyosung has launched in Europe the new Aquila GV300S Supreme, a ‘bobber’ scrambler bike with a 300cc V2 engine.
Now, the South Korean company is renamed KR Motors, but continues to sell its products in some countries under the Hyosung brand, as is the case in Germany.
With a ‘bobber’ scrambler vibe, evidenced by the spoked wheels and dual purpose tires, it makes for a 300cc custom/cruiser option. Another difference to the ‘standard’ GV300S is the inverted front suspension, which improves handling and gives the bike even more charm.
The Hyosung GV300S Supreme continues to be equipped with the traditional 2-cylinder ‘V’ engine and 300 cm³ with liquid cooling, which is capable of generating up to 30 hp of maximum power at 8,500 rpm, and 25.6 Nm (2.6 kgfm) of torque at 6,500 rpm. The gearbox is 6 speeds.
In terms of design, we can say that it has lines reminiscent of the Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight and Iron 883, in addition to elements of the Fat Bob 114. But, of course, in this ‘scrambler’ version, it has its own style.
Like an authentic bobber, the bike has very wide tires, including the front, which measures 120/80-16. The rear has 150/80-15. There are disc brakes on both axles and the brake system has ABS.
Anyway, information shows that the Hyosung GV300S Supreme will be sold in Asia and Europe, mainly Germany. Over there, it must be offered for 5,500 euros (approximately US$ 5,970).
There is no information if this model will be sold in the Americas.