Suzuki gave a comprehensive makeover to its litre-class street naked, the GSX-S1000, with the latest model year update. The motorcycle gets a different styling, more features, and higher engine performance than its predecessor.
The new design of the GSX-S1000 looks more radical, futuristic, and more aerodynamic with winglets. There’s a dual-pod vertically-stacked LED headlamp accompanied by tiny side cowls like Wolverine beard. The sculpted fuel tank is accompanied by geometrically-designed extensions and radiator cowl along with a raked and stubby tail section. Notably, the fuel tank is 2-litre larger now, with a capacity of 19-litres.
The updated electronics package includes five levels of traction control, ride-by-wire, low-rpm assist, and Suzuki easy start. It also gets three riding modes — A, B, and C which offer different throttle response settings and varied power delivery.