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Suzuki GSX-R4

Suzuki GSX-R4

Suzuki GSX-R4 concept interior

Suzuki GSX-R4 concept

Suzuki GSX-R4 concept steering wheel
Make Suzuki
Model GSX-R4
Concept year 2001
Production year -
Engine 1.3 litre 4 cylinder

The Suzuki GSX-R4 concept was designed purely for open air fun.

The GSX-R4 was powered by a 1.3 litre 4 cylinder engine as used in the Suzuki Hayabusa. 175 bhp was run through a six-speed sequential gearbox, and with a weight of just 640 kgs (1410 lbs) the vehicle had a power to weight ratio to rival that of the Porsche 911 Turbo.

To keep the weight down the GSX-R4 uses an aluminium chassis and minimal bodywork.

The use of motorbike derived technology is advertised by the use of visible horizontal shock absorbers and functional, machined details.

Occupants of the GSX-R4 are protected from the elements by two small bubble windscreens acting as wind deflectors.
The interior is fitted with with two lightweight bucket seats providing plenty of lateral support for fast corners. Storage space is offered behind the seats for helmets.

Unfortunately the GSX-R4 was only displayed as a prototype model in 2001. However renewed interest in the concept surfaced late in 2005 meaning Suzuki has not forgotten the concept - although it's still a long way from becoming a reality!

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