Japanese superbike manufacturers Suzuki has completely revamped the Hayabusa for the first time in 13 years. While the silhouette of the Hayabusa remains similar to the previous generation, under the skin Suzuki have changed 550 new or redesigned parts and also incorporated a new Suzuki Intelligent Ride System (S.I.RS) which provides with riders of incredible levels of safety technology.
The engine on the Hayabusa is a 1340cc liquid-cooled in-line four engine which produces 188bhp and 150Nm of torque. Surprisingly the 2021 Hayabusa produces 10bhp and 5Nm lesser than the generation it replaces, the previous gen Hayabusa also used a 1340cc engine but it produced 197bhp and 155Nm of torque.
To talk more about the S.I.R.S safety tech, what it does is provide the rider with ten levels of traction control, ten levels of anti-wheelie control, three levels of engine brake control, three power modes, launch control, cruise control, cornering ABS and hill hold control which provide the rider confidence to enjoy the Hayabusa.
Now to answer the all-important question, Will we get the Hayabusa in India? Mostly yes, seeing how we got the previous generation of the Hayabusa and seeing how popular it was among bikers, its does seem evident that Suzuki could launch the Hayabusa for India in the near future.