After a quiet period at the end of 2020, Suzuki will bring the new third-generation Hayabusa Hayabusa at the beginning of 2021, which used to be the fastest magic car on the ground. After entering the new era, it still has an amazing huge body and power performance, and is oriented at 300 km/h as the main axis of development. Huyabusa is the most moving soul heart of the key.
On the afternoon that the third generation of Hayabusa was released overseas, Tailing Industry, the general agent of Suzuki Taiwan, announced that the fastest raptor on the ground had been tested in Taiwan. It has only been a short period of two months since its release overseas. The Hayabusa is ready to launch in Taiwan at a suggested price of NT $828,000 (about 19.3 million yuan). You have to admire the efficiency of the introduction of the Taimling scooter. It really is as fast as the Hayabusa. In addition, SUZUKI Taiwan general agent Tailin locomotive also said that from now until June 30, the purchase of the car will be given 20,000 yuan spare parts (boutique parts please contact authorized dealers), Hayabusa new car will also be delivered from July.
Surprisingly, just over two months after it was released overseas, we have been able to test drive the latest generation of Hayabusa in Taiwan, a modern peregrine falcon with sharp lines and a 300mph tradition! The Suzuki Hayabusa, as its name shows, has used a lot of aerodynamic body lines over the past few generations, with its more round exterior much like that of the Raptor Peregrine Falcon used to name its cars. The Hayabusa, now in its third generation, still has its signature rounded shape, and although from a distance it doesn't seem to have changed much from its predecessors, Suzuki has actually made a lot of changes to the body details.
All three generations of Hayabusa have a rather rounded, aerodynamic design
The first part is the front part. The third generation Hayabusa adopts the large air inlet, but the original round air inlet shape is modified into more modern imitation racing style sharp lines. The heat sink fins on the side of the body also use the same technique, the original humble fairing holes are added with chrome decoration. Just like a little more of a new generation of imitation of the built-in air power kit charm, fairing side big falcon words, relatively low-key.
The large air inlet is a hallmark of Hayabusa, and the line is sharpened in this redesign
The side exhaust fins are decorated with chrome-plated paint, which makes the car visually more eye-catching. The rear part of the car, which is also popular in recent years, achieves a new generation look by adding more sharp and muscular lines like the front, and the wide and flat rear light layout becomes more like the imitation of racing car style. However, the test car lent by Tailin is the original model with the back seat. Even without the single hump, from the side, it still looks like the solemn and dominile of Hayabusa.
Taillight layout is still wide and flat, but the interior has been changed to LED lamps, more visual imitation of the modern race style
The back seat cushion of the original factory is also very neat visually, but the author still thinks it will be more handsome to have a single hump. As one of the signs of Hayabusa, the left and right double exhaust pipes are also retained in this modification. Suzuki skillfully modified the tail segment into an inverted triangle style, and the large visual effect echoes the strong body of Hayabusa. In addition to the full sense of visual scale, it also shows the attitude of "the fastest surface".
Left and right double exhaust pipe in the tail part of a small change, but the visual is still very aggressive in the low turn to strengthen! Mature, refined and smooth, the ultimate power has always been the main appeal of Suzuki Hayabusa. As the king of the Megabike in Japan in the 1990s, Beat Kawasaki ZZR1100 and Honda Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird all the way, and finally seize the title of the King of Speed. Although the Hayabusa has lost ground to the supercharged Kawasaki Ninja H2 in recent years, the pursuit of extreme speed along the way has been perfectly carried over to the latest generation of the Hayabusa.
Also because of the excellent foundation of the previous models, the new Suzuki Hayabusa has not made many changes in the engine part, maintaining the same 1,340 c.c. Water-cooled inline four-cylinder engine design with 190PS @ 9,700 RPM maximum horsepower and 150 nM @ 7,000 RPM maximum torque.
The engine doesn't have the rumoured increased displacement or turbo, but rather maintains the original 1340c. With 190PS of horsepower and 150Nm of torque, the new Hayabusa's horsepower output isn't particularly outstanding in terms of exhaust, but the 1340c is built in Suzuki's craftsmanship spirit. After several generations of engine tuning, the new Hayabusa has enhanced the power curve in the middle and low speed range to make this huge beast more suitable for everyday riding. In addition, the engine belly is updated and optimized, which is an important factor for the return of the Hayabusa to the stage. I think Suzuki has struck a near perfect balance. 50: Although the engine and power have not been greatly modified, Suzuki has made some modifications and updates to the Hayabusa frame. The frame is made of two different aluminum alloy materials, which are pressed and cast. In addition to a slight weight reduction, the new frame has been modified and updated. The rigidity of the frame is greatly improved, and Suzuki tries to maintain the 50:50 center of gravity in the front and rear of the Hayabusa configuration.
The frame maintains the classic 50 through material and manufacturing process updates: As a Megabike with a speed meter at the bottom of 300 km, Suzuki also equipped the new generation Hayabusa with an electronic control system derived from the MotoGP GSX-RR, equipped with a sophisticated IMU body attitude detection system. Hayabusa is equipped with a wide range of electronic controls including 10-segment adjustable tracking control, power mode, ride mode, cruise at constant speed, isolation wheel suppression, engine braking control, ejection start, ramp stopping assistance, downhill braking assistance and so on.
Many technologies even directly follow the technical instrument design of Suzuku MotoGP factory cars. Suzuki maintains the classic design of Hayabusa's double circular meter with speed and speed pointer. Two circular meters are displayed with fuel and temperature pointer on the outside. In the center is a TFT full-color LCD meter, which displays electronic control systems and driving information. Unfortunately, the TFT meter doesn't have Bluetooth connectivity, and the Hayabusa pointer meter may take a little getting used to for riders who are used to modern large-area LCD meters.
Hayabusa is also a classic design with double circular hands, while the new generation includes a TFT full-color LCD screen in the center that displays electronic control Settings and various driving information