2019 Suzuki Hayabusa

The next generation 2019 Suzuki Hayabusa is said to have a fully-active suspension system.

The “Dynamically Variable Chassis for Motorcycle” patent will allow the bike to change its full suspension settings as well as wheelbase.

Patents filed usually won’t make it to production bikes but if this does, it’ll put the new Hayabusa ahead of its competition.

As rumours began to pile up on the upcoming re-emergence of the iconic Suzuki Hayabusa, we’re starting to see a number of possibilities that’ll make Suzuki’s latest machine the next generation, not just any hyper crotch rocket. (more…)

The 2019 Suzuki Hayabusa is rumoured to be equipped with a new semi-automatic transmission system.

New patents were recently filed by the Japanese manufacturer in Japan, USA and Germany.

The new system uses actuators to control the clutch and gear shifts whilst combining it with the traditional foot-controlled shifter.

The latest rumour surrounding the all-new 2019 Suzuki Hayabusa has made the pocket rocket even more enticing. Based on the latest report made by, Suzuki has filed patents for a semi-automatic transmission system which may be used to handle all that power on the new ‘Bird of Prey’. (more…)

Rumours have been going around about the specs related to the 2019 Suzuki Hayabusa.

The biggest rumour surrounding the new hyperbike is the new 1,440cc four-cylinder engine which will change it into the GSX-R1400R.

Expect a completely new machine considering that the Hayabusa will celebrate its 20th anniversary next year.

There have been a lot of rumours flying around regarding the upcoming 2019 Suzuki Hayabusa which we all know is coming. While the Japanese manufacturer has been keeping a super tight lid on the new ‘bird of prey’, a lot of speculations have risen from top motorcycling experts across the globe. (more…)

Rumours coupled with trusted sources have confirmed a turbocharged Suzuki Hayabusa coming in 2019.

Suzuki will be celebrating the Hayabusa’s 20th anniversary in 2019 but since then its debut in 1999, it has yet to gone through any major changes.

Expect to see more than one turbocharged Suzuki bike in 2019 with the possibility of Suzuki revamping its entire GSX-R line up.

According a recent article published by Asphalt and Rubber, it was stated that the great folks from Suzuki has major plans to develop a turbocharged Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa for 2019. (more…)


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