Suzuki has announced an all-new Hayabusa that melds two generations of refinement resulting in its quickest, most technologically advanced and aerodynamic Hayabusa yet, according to a recent announcement.
According to the announcement, Suzuki engineers, designers and test riders worked relentlessly to evaluate and analyze every component then selected the absolute best elements to deliver the definitive performance Hayabusa riders demand. An all new electronics package turns Hayabusa’s legendary raw power into incomparable control and real-world rideability.
The Hayabusa implements an advanced new version of the Suzuki Intelligent Ride System (S.I.R.S.), motorcycling’s most comprehensive collection of electronic systems designed to optimize performance characteristics to match the needs of the moment and make the Hayabusa more controllable and predictable.
The Hayabusa implements a new, advanced version of the Suzuki Intelligent Ride System (S.I.R.S.). S.I.R.S. provides the rider control of the Hayabusa performance characteristics in six distinct areas: Control of the engine output characteristics, control over engine acceleration characteristics, control over engine deceleration (engine braking), control over the engine at steady speeds, control over engine and transmission operation and control over braking.
The powerful 1,340cc, inline-four-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine has been fully revised to supply a seamless surge of torque for effortless acceleration.
Meanwhile, the Suzuki Drive Mode Selector Alpha (SDMS-α) system provides the rider a choice of three factory preset and three rider (or user) defined and combined settings of the Power Mode Selector, Motion Track Traction Control, Anti-lift Control, Engine Brake Control and Bi-directional Quick Shift systems. These presets provide the rider a quick and easy way to set the Hayabusa’s performance characteristics to their liking.
The rider can create three user-defined settings (U1, U2, and U3). These unique settings allow the rider to tune S.I.R.S. to their riding style or to their favorite road. Using the mode and select switches on the left handlebar the rider can change modes and settings that are then displayed on the TFT LCD panel located at the center of the instrument cluster.
More details can be found on Suzuki’s official launch page.