Suzuki: the presence at the 78th edition of EICMA

Suzuki is present at the EICMA review , the international two-wheeler exhibition scheduled from 23 to 28 November 2021 . The opening to the public is scheduled for November 25th . Unveiled preview a new specimen , flanked by several previews for the national scene .   Indications The presentation of the new model is scheduled during the press conference, scheduled for 12.20 pm on November 23rd. Along with this there are also some national previews, which will remain in evidence in the spotlight and then be observed by the public of fans. Stand B10 is located in Hall 22.    The brand is also present in the external area, the MotoLive one, in a space adjacent to the pavilions. With the collaboration of the partners Motul, Findomestic and Motoplatinum, we would like to point out the possibility of testing in the saddle starting from Tuesday 23. For example, examples such as the versatile Suzuki V-Strom 650 XT with a new assortment of colors and the V-Strom 1050 XT characterized by liveries that recall the Dakarian experience.    For those interested in more road models, on the other hand, it is possible to test models introduced in 2021 starting with a GSX-S950 that can be driven in the version that is also weakened by A2 license holders. Also highlighted is the sporty street-fighter GSX-S1000 and the equally recent GSX-S1000GT , the Gran Turismo specimen equipped with 36-liter side bags, then the evolved Burgman 400 for fans of maxi scooters, now Euro 5 approved. with the introduced Dual Spark technology. Returning to the exhibition area, in addition to the aforementioned innovations, there is also the GSX-RR driven in MotoGP by the 2020 World Champion Joan Mir. Also visible is the GSX-R1000 of the official Yoshimura SERT Motul team, world champion in the 2021 Endurance World Championship.    Sportiness is still recalled in the corner reserved for the seven GSX-R Legend Edition models characterized by liveries that are a reinterpretation of those present on the bikes ridden in the past by several World Champions in the premier class. The entire Suzuki proposal for 2022 is also on display, ranging from the aforementioned Burgman 400 (being able to also observe the special model auctioned with the livery that incorporates the Van Orton artwork developed as part of the project ARThletes), passing through the RM-Z from cross and the eclectic V-Strom, up to the powerful and fast Hayabusa .

Suzuki is present at the EICMA review , the international two-wheeler exhibition scheduled from 23 to 28 November 2021 . The opening to the public is scheduled for November 25th .

Unveiled preview a new specimen , flanked by several previews for the national scene .

Indications

The presentation of the new model is scheduled during the press conference, scheduled for 12.20 pm on November 23rd. Along with this there are also some national previews, which will remain in evidence in the spotlight and then be observed by the public of fans. Stand B10 is located in Hall 22.

Suzuki is present at the EICMA review , the international two-wheeler exhibition scheduled from 23 to 28 November 2021 . The opening to the public is scheduled for November 25th . Unveiled preview a new specimen , flanked by several previews for the national scene .   Indications The presentation of the new model is scheduled during the press conference, scheduled for 12.20 pm on November 23rd. Along with this there are also some national previews, which will remain in evidence in the spotlight and then be observed by the public of fans. Stand B10 is located in Hall 22.    The brand is also present in the external area, the MotoLive one, in a space adjacent to the pavilions. With the collaboration of the partners Motul, Findomestic and Motoplatinum, we would like to point out the possibility of testing in the saddle starting from Tuesday 23. For example, examples such as the versatile Suzuki V-Strom 650 XT with a new assortment of colors and the V-Strom 1050 XT characterized by liveries that recall the Dakarian experience.    For those interested in more road models, on the other hand, it is possible to test models introduced in 2021 starting with a GSX-S950 that can be driven in the version that is also weakened by A2 license holders. Also highlighted is the sporty street-fighter GSX-S1000 and the equally recent GSX-S1000GT , the Gran Turismo specimen equipped with 36-liter side bags, then the evolved Burgman 400 for fans of maxi scooters, now Euro 5 approved. with the introduced Dual Spark technology. Returning to the exhibition area, in addition to the aforementioned innovations, there is also the GSX-RR driven in MotoGP by the 2020 World Champion Joan Mir. Also visible is the GSX-R1000 of the official Yoshimura SERT Motul team, world champion in the 2021 Endurance World Championship.    Sportiness is still recalled in the corner reserved for the seven GSX-R Legend Edition models characterized by liveries that are a reinterpretation of those present on the bikes ridden in the past by several World Champions in the premier class. The entire Suzuki proposal for 2022 is also on display, ranging from the aforementioned Burgman 400 (being able to also observe the special model auctioned with the livery that incorporates the Van Orton artwork developed as part of the project ARThletes), passing through the RM-Z from cross and the eclectic V-Strom, up to the powerful and fast Hayabusa .

The brand is also present in the external area, the MotoLive one, in a space adjacent to the pavilions. With the collaboration of the partners Motul, Findomestic and Motoplatinum, we would like to point out the possibility of testing in the saddle starting from Tuesday 23. For example, examples such as the versatile Suzuki V-Strom 650 XT with a new assortment of colors and the V-Strom 1050 XT characterized by liveries that recall the Dakarian experience.

For those interested in more road models, on the other hand, it is possible to test models introduced in 2021 starting with a GSX-S950 that can be driven in the version that is also weakened by A2 license holders. Also highlighted is the sporty street-fighter GSX-S1000 and the equally recent GSX-S1000GT , the Gran Turismo specimen equipped with 36-liter side bags, then the evolved Burgman 400 for fans of maxi scooters, now Euro 5 approved. with the introduced Dual Spark technology.

Suzuki is present at the EICMA review , the international two-wheeler exhibition scheduled from 23 to 28 November 2021 . The opening to the public is scheduled for November 25th . Unveiled preview a new specimen , flanked by several previews for the national scene .   Indications The presentation of the new model is scheduled during the press conference, scheduled for 12.20 pm on November 23rd. Along with this there are also some national previews, which will remain in evidence in the spotlight and then be observed by the public of fans. Stand B10 is located in Hall 22.    The brand is also present in the external area, the MotoLive one, in a space adjacent to the pavilions. With the collaboration of the partners Motul, Findomestic and Motoplatinum, we would like to point out the possibility of testing in the saddle starting from Tuesday 23. For example, examples such as the versatile Suzuki V-Strom 650 XT with a new assortment of colors and the V-Strom 1050 XT characterized by liveries that recall the Dakarian experience.    For those interested in more road models, on the other hand, it is possible to test models introduced in 2021 starting with a GSX-S950 that can be driven in the version that is also weakened by A2 license holders. Also highlighted is the sporty street-fighter GSX-S1000 and the equally recent GSX-S1000GT , the Gran Turismo specimen equipped with 36-liter side bags, then the evolved Burgman 400 for fans of maxi scooters, now Euro 5 approved. with the introduced Dual Spark technology. Returning to the exhibition area, in addition to the aforementioned innovations, there is also the GSX-RR driven in MotoGP by the 2020 World Champion Joan Mir. Also visible is the GSX-R1000 of the official Yoshimura SERT Motul team, world champion in the 2021 Endurance World Championship.    Sportiness is still recalled in the corner reserved for the seven GSX-R Legend Edition models characterized by liveries that are a reinterpretation of those present on the bikes ridden in the past by several World Champions in the premier class. The entire Suzuki proposal for 2022 is also on display, ranging from the aforementioned Burgman 400 (being able to also observe the special model auctioned with the livery that incorporates the Van Orton artwork developed as part of the project ARThletes), passing through the RM-Z from cross and the eclectic V-Strom, up to the powerful and fast Hayabusa .

Returning to the exhibition area, in addition to the aforementioned innovations, there is also the GSX-RR driven in MotoGP by the 2020 World Champion Joan Mir. Also visible is the GSX-R1000 of the official Yoshimura SERT Motul team, world champion in the 2021 Endurance World Championship.

Sportiness is still recalled in the corner reserved for the seven GSX-R Legend Edition models characterized by liveries that are a reinterpretation of those present on the bikes ridden in the past by several World Champions in the premier class.

Suzuki is present at the EICMA review , the international two-wheeler exhibition scheduled from 23 to 28 November 2021 . The opening to the public is scheduled for November 25th . Unveiled preview a new specimen , flanked by several previews for the national scene .   Indications The presentation of the new model is scheduled during the press conference, scheduled for 12.20 pm on November 23rd. Along with this there are also some national previews, which will remain in evidence in the spotlight and then be observed by the public of fans. Stand B10 is located in Hall 22.    The brand is also present in the external area, the MotoLive one, in a space adjacent to the pavilions. With the collaboration of the partners Motul, Findomestic and Motoplatinum, we would like to point out the possibility of testing in the saddle starting from Tuesday 23. For example, examples such as the versatile Suzuki V-Strom 650 XT with a new assortment of colors and the V-Strom 1050 XT characterized by liveries that recall the Dakarian experience.    For those interested in more road models, on the other hand, it is possible to test models introduced in 2021 starting with a GSX-S950 that can be driven in the version that is also weakened by A2 license holders. Also highlighted is the sporty street-fighter GSX-S1000 and the equally recent GSX-S1000GT , the Gran Turismo specimen equipped with 36-liter side bags, then the evolved Burgman 400 for fans of maxi scooters, now Euro 5 approved. with the introduced Dual Spark technology. Returning to the exhibition area, in addition to the aforementioned innovations, there is also the GSX-RR driven in MotoGP by the 2020 World Champion Joan Mir. Also visible is the GSX-R1000 of the official Yoshimura SERT Motul team, world champion in the 2021 Endurance World Championship.    Sportiness is still recalled in the corner reserved for the seven GSX-R Legend Edition models characterized by liveries that are a reinterpretation of those present on the bikes ridden in the past by several World Champions in the premier class. The entire Suzuki proposal for 2022 is also on display, ranging from the aforementioned Burgman 400 (being able to also observe the special model auctioned with the livery that incorporates the Van Orton artwork developed as part of the project ARThletes), passing through the RM-Z from cross and the eclectic V-Strom, up to the powerful and fast Hayabusa .

The entire Suzuki proposal for 2022 is also on display, ranging from the aforementioned Burgman 400 (being able to also observe the special model auctioned with the livery that incorporates the Van Orton artwork developed as part of the project ARThletes), passing through the RM-Z from cross and the eclectic V-Strom, up to the powerful and fast Hayabusa .

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