Suzuki launched its new sportbike Suzuki GSX-8R at EICMA 2023. Similar to the V-Strome and GSX-8S, the Suzuki GSX-8R is based on a twin-cylinder platform. The fully faired motorcycle comes with underbelly exhaust, split seats, clip-on bars, and vertical-stacked headlights with air ducts on the edges. The Suzuki GSX-8R features USD forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear. It also includes LED lights, disc brakes on both ends, and 17-inch wheels. The bike comes with ride-by-wire, low RPM assist, traction control, bi-directional quickshifter, ride modes, ABS, and many other modern features.

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The Suzuki GSX-8R is powered by a liquid-cooled 776cc parallel-twin engine, capable of generating 80bhp of maximum power and 78Nm of peak torque. It is paired with a 6-speed gearbox to deliver better performance. The bike will compete globally with the Yamaha R7.

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Suzuki GSX-8R
Suzuki GSX-8R

While Suzuki has not provided any information regarding the launch of the bike in the Indian market, the company offers a wide range of two-wheelers in India, including sports bikes like the Katana and Hayabusa, as well as normal bikes and scooters such as the V-Strom, Gixxer, Gixxer SF, Access, Burgman Street, and Burgman E-X. It is anticipated that Suzuki may soon introduce its new sportbike, the Suzuki GSX-8R, in the Indian market.

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1. Suzuki has unveiled its new sports bike, the Suzuki GSX-8R, at EICMA 2023.
2. The bike is based on a twin-cylinder platform and comes with features such as full fairing, underbelly exhaust, split seats, clip-on bars, and vertical-stacked headlights.
3. The Suzuki GSX-8R has a liquid-cooled 776cc parallel-twin engine with 80 bhp power and 78 Nm torque, along with a 6-speed gearbox.
4. The bike also includes modern features such as ride-by-wire, low RPM assist, traction control, bi-directional quickshifter, ride modes, and ABS.
5. While its launch in the Indian market has not been confirmed, Suzuki already sells a range of sports bikes, normal bikes, and scooters in the country.
6. Suzuki’s sports bike lineup includes the Katana and Hayabusa, while its normal bike segment features the V-Strom, Gixxer, and Gixxer SF models, and the scooter segment includes the Access, Avenis, Burgman Street, and Burgman Street models.

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