Tokyo – Suzuki Recursion, EXTRIGGER, V-Storm, Hayabusa JDM & Burgman previewed

Posted on: Oct 30, 2013 - 3:12pm IST

The Tokyo Motor Show kickstarts for the media on November 20th. While we have been bringing you regular updates on the cars that would be seen there, Suzuki Motorcycles have just announced their two-wheeler previews for the upcoming show.

Suzuki Recursion

Suzuki Recursion
Seen here is the Suzuki Recursion.
  1. Compact roadster with ‘sophisticated’ features
  2. Combines the running performance of a large displacement motorcycle and the easy handling and economy of a middle displacement motorcycle
  3. Powered by a newly developed 588cc water-cooled, in-line two-cylinder engine with a turbo intercooler!


Suzuki Extrigger

  1. A new electric mini motorcycle that will be easy to ride
  2. Built on a compact frame similar to that of a small bicycle
  3. Features include an aluminium frame, inverted front forks, front and rear disc brakes

Suzuki V-Strom 1000 ABS

  1. It is equipped with Suzuki’s first traction control system, as well as ABS
  2. It will be the flagship model of the Sport Adventure Tourer range

Suzuki Hayabusa Japanese specification

  1. It delivers ‘equivalent’ power characteristics of the overseas model, while complying with the certification standards of Japan
  2. First motorcycle in Japan to offer ETC (Electronic Toll Collection System) as standard

Suzuki GSR250S

  1. Its a half-faired model of the GSR250
  2. Comes with a newly designed half-fairing, for better wind protection and comfortable highway cruising
  3. Handlebars are raised and moved closer to the rider

Suzuki BURGMAN 200

  1. A new lightweight and compact scooter which is scheduled to be introduced in Japan soon
  2. Powered by a 200cc engine offering performance of a 250cc motor
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3 thoughts on “Tokyo – Suzuki Recursion, EXTRIGGER, V-Storm, Hayabusa JDM & Burgman previewed

  1. Akash says:

    Suzuki Extrigger reminded me of Bike from the movie OBLIVION,similar small frame and compactly packed giving the same futuristic feel!

  2. sandy says:

    Those concepts and products tempted me to bookmark this page. Liked all of them, especially the first two.

  3. MaN says:

    It would be fine if they can do a V-Storm 150 out of GS150. Also what would be the cost of Burgman 200 and Extrigger if made in India..??


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