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Suzuki unveils 25th Anniversary Edition Suzuki Hayabusa

The 'Busa gets an eye-catching black and orange colorway, along with commemorative emblems for its 25th birthday.

Suzuki Hayabusa 25th Anniversary Edition

Back in 1999, Suzuki introduced one of the most iconic motorcycles in pop culture. The Suzuki Hayabusa was specifically designed to claim the title of the fastest production motorcycle globally, successfully achieving this feat and earning its place as a staple in high-performance motorcycle culture, often adorning the walls of aspiring motorcyclists.

Fast forward to the present day, and the Suzuki Hayabusa remains a formidable contender, even though it no longer holds the title of the world's fastest motorcycle. Equipped with a potent 1,340cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, inline-four engine, it boasts an impressive 187 horsepower output. Not just raw power, the Hayabusa comes with advanced electronic rider aids, including a six-axis inertial measurement unit (IMU), enabling cutting-edge features like cornering ABS and traction control. These rider aids enhance its performance and overall appeal.

Suzuki Hayabusa 25th Anniversary Edition

During its impressive twenty-five-year run, Suzuki managed to manufacture over 200,000 units of the Hayabusa, solidifying its status as a testament to Suzuki's technological expertise. To commemorate the bike's 25th anniversary, Suzuki has unveiled a special limited-edition version of the Hayabusa.

One of the key highlights of the 25th Anniversary Hayabusa is its captivating color scheme. Featuring a bold combination of orange and black, this edition showcases special graphics that pay homage to the earlier iterations of this superbike. Notably, the muffler and chain are adorned with intricate Hayabusa engravings, while the fuel tank proudly displays a 25th Anniversary emblem and a prominent 3D Suzuki emblem. Furthermore, the limited-edition Hayabusa sports a seat cowl in place of a pillion seat, lending it a more aggressive and sporty aesthetic.

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