Suzuki Motor Corporation has finally announced their all-new Hayabusa 3rd generation. Suzuki will upgrade Hayabusa after the 14th year. The 3rd generation Hayabusa will be first launched in Europe at end of February. The other countries’ launch details are not revealed. The last generation Hayabusa comes with Euro3 standard certification. But 2021 3rd generation Hayabusa has been completely revamp, the new Hayabusa skipped Euro4 and comes with Euro5 rules.
The new Hayabusa has the 1340cc four-cylinder inline with the liquid-cooled engine like the older version, however, most of the internal things have been changed. The bad news is that power has dropped from 197bhp to 190bhp and torque from 155Nm to 150Nm but Suzuki claims that the quickest Hayabusa ever. This bike has the same twin-spar aluminum frame as the old bike; this bike’s wheelbase is 1480mm with a 2Kg lighter. The seat height is 800mm and the ground clearance is 120mm—fuel tank capacity of 20 liters. Suzuki has reworked the Showa suspension.
Now the new Hayabusa has an all-electronic TFT screen, ten levels of traction control, an anti-lift control system, five levels of riding modes, three levels of engine brake control, ABS, cruise control, launch control, or other basic electronics.
The 3rd generation Hayabusa mainly changed LED headlamp, backlight, fuel tank, and chrome twin exhausts.