First Leaked Image of Suzuki Hayabusa 2021 Reveals Key Features

Suzuki Hayabusa first unveiled its official teaser last week. Whilst we have all been awaiting the launch of the 2021 Hayabusa from Suzuki, the company decided to whet our appetites in advance of the planned February 5 ceremony. But some leaked images have revealed some major features that the bike is going to have.

As per the reveals taken through the teaser video the company released, the bike has decided to change whatever curves it had, favoring sharp lines instead. This will obviously lend the Hayabusa a mean, sleek look. However, the new Hayabusa will still have the silhouette of the previous model.

2021 Suzuki Hayabusa leaked image

Sharp lines, for instance, can be seen on the rear seat cowl, as well as near the headlamp. The chrome exhaust looks positively aerodynamic. Considering that the bike is designed to cut through the air at 290km/h plus, it comes as no surprise that the slick demeanor of the bike was incorporated in the design. 

2021 Suzuki Hayabusa instrument cluster

There’s to be a horizontal tail-light setup at the rear end. There’s every likelihood of the continuation of the dual exhaust. There are to be analog dials for the speedometer and rev counter on the revised instrument cluster. Embedded right in the centre of the instrument cluster is a TFT screen.

Bi-directional Quick shifter, wheelie control, traction control, 6-axis IMU, and cornering ABS will be some of the features on offer. Unsurprisingly, there would be several riding modes. 

While we do know that the new ‘Busa’ will be released on February 5 in Japan, we can only hope that this year itself we can witness the bike launch in India.

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