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2009 Burgman Fuel-Cell Scooter

Burgman Fuel-Cell Scooter

Concept model announced at the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show. The Burgman Fuel-Cell Scooter incorporates a light, compact, air-cooled fuel cell and a hydrogen tank that’s positioned inside the frame. Electricity produced by the fuel cell powers a motor for propulsion; the only emission is water. In March 2011, the Burgman Fuel-Cell Scooter became the world’s first fuel-cell vehicle to earn WVTA*1 in the European Union. Suzuki is now working toward commercializing the scooter as a motorcycle with superior environmental performance.

*1WVTA indicates that the vehicle complies with European Union regulations on safety and environmental performance. It enables the vehicle to be sold in all European Union member states.


2008 Hayabusa1300

Hayabusa 1300 (GSX1300R)

The Hayabusa has been Suzuki's flagship "ultimate" sportbike worldwide since the first- generation was launched in 1999. With its unique package of distinctive styling and overwhelming engine performance, it is consistently popular. After four years of further development and refinement, the sleeker, more powerful second-generation Hayabusa was released in 2008. The new engine offered even greater boosted power and efficiency with increased displacement to 1340cc. The suspension components were upgraded, braking power was increased, and aerodynamic efficiency was improved. The overall result is a bike that looks and performs like nothing else on two wheels.

2008 B-KING


With its overwhelming visual presence, the B-KING is Suzuki's flagship big naked bike. Suzuki's latest technologies give the B-KING a top-level dynamic performance in its class. The 1340cc "Hayabusa" engine generates a top-ranked power output in the naked category. The S-DMS (Suzuki Drive Mode Selector) allows the rider to choose from two different engine settings depending on riding conditions or rider preferences. Radial mount front brake calipers and fully adjustable front and rear suspensions provide superb braking and suspension performance.

2007 Gemma


Concept model announced at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show. With its distinctive "full-flat 2-seater", this 250cc 4-stroke single-cylinder scooter provides a refined low and sleek look and makes the rider and the corider feel a greater sense of intimacy. The luggage compartment in front of the rider contributes to a stylish riding experience right up to the moment the riding couples take off the helmet and dismount. The smart-looking Gemma presents a new riding pleasure that differs from cars and existing scooters.

2007 Crosscage


Concept model displayed at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show. By combining a high-performance secondary battery and a simple, compact, lightweight air-cooled fuel-cell system, the Crosscage realized optimal power control. A fuel-cell unit from British specialist company Intelligent Energy enabled quick activation with low fuel consumption, and a lithium-ion battery assured safety as well as a low environmental burden. The simplicity, compactness and lightness not only made this bike environment-friendly but also contributed to realize sporty styling befitting the Suzuki name.

2007 Biplane


Concept model announced at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show.The Biplane was designed to convey the joy of two-wheel mobility through a design that was uniquely inspired by the feeling of flying or piloting an aeroplane, which gives motorcyclists a similarity feeling while riding bikes. Its shape with no canopy generates an exhilarating feeling of openness despite being a modern machine. It has a V4 engine for power.

2006 GSR600


Intended as an additional to Suzuki's range of middleweight motorcycles, the GSR600 sport naked motorcycle featured a very original stylish styling design with the center-mount muffler, and the easy-to-use 600cc engine balanced of high performance and advanced technology. The GSR600 retains the race-proven GSX-R600's ultra-compact lightweight 4-stroke 4-cylinder engine - tuned to yield broader power band with greater low- and mid-range torque.



Suzuki's flagship V-Twin cruiser was designed by enthusiastic Suzuki engineers who drove across the US in their research. The heart of the machine was an all-new 1783cc V-Twin engine with 112mm bore and 90.5mm stroke made for the largest reciprocating pistons in any production passenger car or motorcycle. It also featured an inverted 46mm cartridge front forks and rear brake with dual-piston caliper.

2006 QuadRacer R450

QuadRacer R450

Ready-to-race ATV embodies an entirely new concept. The fuel-injected 450cc 4-stroke engine, based on the race-proven RM-Z450, delivered power smoothly over a wide band. Featuring 5-speed transmission, wide-track racing chassis with long-travel suspension and an exciting, aggressive look. The QuadRacer R450 became the flagship model in Suzuki's sport ATV line-up.



Concept model with 1100cc engine pursued the limits of compact design, resulting in an in-line 6-cylinders with width similar to the conventional in-line 4-cylinder engines. The adoption of materials such as hammered aluminum and Damascus steel embodies Suzuki's suggestions for a styling design to incorporate the characteristics of materials themselves.

2005 KingQuad 700


The KINGQUAD 700 boasted not only industry-leading engine displacement to deliver abundant torque, but sophisticated technologies adapted from Suzuki champion sportbikes. Released in 2005, the KINGQUAD 700 fulfilled consumer's desire. Absolutely unique features made the KINGQUAD 700 one of the most maneuverable, comfortable and versatile ATV on the market.

2005 RM-Z450


Suzuki's original 4-stroke motocrosser. The new 4-stoke 449cc engine employed Suzuki's innovative technologies such as SASS (Suzuki Advanced Sump System) which positions the crankshaft lower to reduce the center of gravity, and SAVS (Suzuki Active Vent System) which reduces crankcase pressure. It also featured a unique aluminum swingarm and Showa inverted cartridge front forks to offer a better maneuverability.



Concept model with 916cc engine with electronically-controlled CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) installed imaging a machine driving on the streets like a flying glider. Suzuki's unique and innovative styling design was given to the next generation bike to strongly express a "simpler" and "more comfortable" world of motorcycles.

2002 BURGMAN650


The BURGMAN 650 boasted the largest displacement of any motor scooter at the time. The machine's sheer power and the use of a Suzuki Electronically-controlled Continuously Variable Transmission (SECVT) distinguished the scooter from its competitors. Using a handlebar-mounted control switch, the rider could select the appropriate shift mode - two automatic modes and a manual mode - according to conditions.

2002 EIGER 400 automatic/4x4 (current KINGQUAD 400AS/4x4)

EIGER 400 automatic/4x4
(current KINGQUAD 400AS/4x4)

Inspired by a famous mountain in the Swiss Alps known for its classic profile and underlying strength – EIGER 400 is a tough machine that sets the standard middleweight ATV excellence and value.  Delivering a strong combination of features and performance.  Available with the accessibility of a fully automatic CVT and the ability to easily select 2WD or 4WD on demand.  Built to take on the tough jobs that seem like mountains in everyday life, and to deliver great value.

2002 QuadSport Z400

QuadSport Z400

A totally new sport ATV built with torque-loaded performance from its state-of-the-art liquid-cooled aluminum-alloy DOHC 4-valve engine, aggressive styling which made this exciting ride look like it was moving, and sport-tailored tube-frame chassis with long travel suspension, triple disc brakes plus radial tires on aluminum-alloy wheels. The QuadSport Z400 was best used to escape the modern technological world from which it came.

2001 GSX-R1000


The GSX-R1000, based on the compact and efficient GSX-R750, came to own the racetrack. Its well-balanced design put a premium on power and reduced weight and the design philosophy essentially echoed that of the GSX-R750 and the GSX-R600. Powered by liquid-cooled DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder 988cc engine featuring narrow-angle valves and downdraft individual throttle body fuel injection. The GSX-R1000 had become the flagship of the GSX-R line with its phenomenal potential.

2001 B-KING


Concept model displayed at the 35th Tokyo Motor Show, and received a big public response. The super charger was installed on the "Hayabusa 1300" engine generating a high torque and acceleration. The IT technologies such as mobile phone and GPS were packed in the powerful and unique body style.