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Suzuki Gixxer 250 render based on leaked patent sketches

Suzuki Gixxer 250 speculative rendering

The motorcycle is expected to world premiere towards the end of this year or early next year.

The Suzuki Gixxer 250 has been in the news for quite sometime and there have been several speculative renderings. Our rendering artist Pratyush Rout has come up with a new image which derives a few visual cues from the both smaller and bigger Gixxers.

The Gixxer 250, as imagined by our designer, features a sharply styled front fairing which borrows heavily from the GSX R-1000 litre class superbike.

Suzuki GSX-R250 leaked Patent sketches (4)

The voluminous fuel tank and aggressively raked split seats add to the big bike feel. The vertically stacked twin aperture exhaust canister comes from the Gixxer 155.

Much has been speculated about the new Gixxer 250 but concrete information is scarce. The quarter litre motorcycle is expected to be powered by a single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine mated to a 6-speed transmission.

A strengthened version of the Gixxer 155’s single downtube frame is expected to underpin the motorcycle. A regular telescopic fork and monoshock rear suspension are likely to constitute the suspension system. The front and rear disc brakes are most likely to benefit from optional ABS.

Suzuki GSX-R250 leaked Patent sketches (3)

Also read – Suzuki Gixxer with rear disc brake launched in India

The Suzuki Gixxer 250 will be competing against the likes of Honda CBR250R, Mahindra Mojo, etc. Suzuki India would have to assemble the motorcycle locally with significant amount of local content to arrive at a competitive price.

Suzuki GSX-R250 leaked Patent sketches (2)

Suzuki GSX-R250 leaked Patent sketches (1)

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Nithyanandh Karuppaswamy

Winner of national level automotive quiz competitions, Nithyanandh aka Nithz jumped into the blogosphere right after gaining a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Love for automobiles and an even greater drive to share his knowledge with the automotive community, Nithz is Deputy Editor at RushLane.

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