Japanese two-wheeler maker Suzuki has disclosed an advanced version of Hayabusa for the coming year (2013).
The Hayabusa still packs a powerful punch, with its tried and tested four-stroke, 1340cc, in-line, four-cylinder engine.
This liquid-cooled bike produces an extraordinary 197bhp at 10200 revolutions per minute, with maximal torque yield at 15.7 kilogram at 6200 revolutions per minute.
At this time, the pistons of the brake system are larger in width, up to 32-32 millimeter as compared to the earlier 32-30 millimeter for more potent stopping power and enhanced experience at the knob.
In addition, the company has also fitted out the latest bike with anti-lock brake system (ABS) as a standard security trait for securer riding.
The Hayabusa was acclaimed as the best ever production bike in the globe when rolled out in the year 1999. For the coming year (2013), technologists worked to obtain the Hayabusa ($14,399) to stop more speedily and securely with the accumulation of Brembo Monoblock calipers in addition to an anti-lock brakes.
So, anticipate the upgraded Hayabusa to make entry in the domestic market sometime in the coming year.