Suzuki Gsx-S 750 MotoGP, a special series for the centenary
By Letizia L
Suzuki Motor Corporation (ス ズ キ 株式会社 Suzuki kabushiki gaisha), Or simply Suzuki, is a Japanese company founded in 1909 that manufactures automobiles, motorcycles and marine engines based in Hamamatsu.
Suzuki has just celebrated its first century of the company, and to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Japanese brand, the French branch of Hamamatsu has prepared a special version of the Gsx-S 750. The basic model, which is now the most sold Suzuki motorcycle in France, thus dresses the elegant suit of the Gsx-RR, the MotoGP prototype brought to the track by Alex Rins and Joan Mir.
The colors chosen by the Ecstar team for the 2020 motorcycle are blue and silver, a nostalgic choice inspired by the house’s first racers who raced on the MotoGP circuits exactly 60 years ago. The Gsx-S 750, therefore, becomes the third production bike to wear the same colors as the Suzuki Top Class prototype – after the Gsx-R 1000 and Gsx-R 125.
The technique, however, remains the same, and the torque and maximum power data remain unchanged with 114 horsepower at 10,500 rpm and 81-newton meters at 9000 rpm. The centennial Suzuki Gsx-S 750 will have a price of 9,449 euros on the market.
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