That’s in Suzuki’s power package
Would you like a test drive? MotoGP riders Joan Mir (24) and Alex Rins (26) have already done that – on the racetrack and on the road.
The new design
Sharp lines and edges, plus hexagonal LED headlights, that’s the face of the new GSX-S1000. More aggressive than in the past with a slim front and a muscular looking tank, it’s a real streetfighter. There is also a matching color code: it is available in matt grey, blue and black.
Racer Rins: “The little wings on the sides are reminiscent of MotoGP. It looks super aggressive.”
What’s in the power package?
Power is delivered by a high-performance 999cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC, four-stroke, in-line four that has inherited the DNA of a successful superbike. This road-adapted engine benefits from the know-how accumulated over decades in the development of the GSX-R1000.
Rins on the 152hp package: “It’s great because it offers stability and it’s quick in direction changes. I tried it on the race track and on the road and was very happy with it.”
Many features for a good driving experience
• Ride-by-Wire (E-Gas)
• Three riding modes for track, tour or everyday use
• Five-level traction control
• Bidirectional quick shift system
• Suzuki Clutch Assist system
• Suzuki Easy-Start system
Specifications Suzuki GSX-S1000 (2022)
Curb weight with full tank
Payload (with standard equipment)
Length Width Height
4-cylinder 4-stroke in-line engine
112 kW (152 hp)/ 999 cm³
2115mm / 810mm / 1080mm