The original first-gen Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa’s claim to fame is its unbelievable top speed. It can reach 188 to 194 mph, enough to become the world’s fastest production motorbike. Suzuki’s newest third-gen 2022 Suzuki Hayabusa has the same propensity for speed as its predecessors, but it now has sharper styling and a host of new-age technology.
“Everyone here at Suzuki is thrilled and excited to introduce the all-new Suzuki Hayabusa.
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