As for electronics, the new Suzuki Hayabusa will probably receive most of the aids from the new GSX-R1000 including lean-angle sensitive traction control, three riding modes, a quickshifter, electronic steering damper and one-button starter.
It may also receive the Gixxer’s all-LED lighting and upgraded Showa suspension.
The Suzuki Hayabusa was introduced in 1999 and named after the peregrine falcon which is the fastest animal in the world.
At launch it was the world’s fastest production motorcycle with a top speed of 303 to 312km/h (188 to 194mph).
However, in 2000, Japanese and European motorcycle manufacturers agreed to impose a 300km/h limit on bikes to avoid a legislative ban on hyperbole speeds.