Suzuki Motorcycles’ 2022 lineup is set. Here’s what you need to know

 Suzuki Motorcycles’ 2022 lineup is set. Here’s what you need to know

Suzuki has announced the new lineup of motorcycles that will debut this year, including updates and redesigns to their motorcycle line. The Suzuki GSX-S1000 was updated with more angular bodywork to improve its headlight. 

The updated GSX-S1000GT sports a more compact style, which leads to a more aggressive look around the engine. Both the Hayabusa and Katana have been redesigned and feature more aggressive styling.

Suzuki is gearing up for three new motorcycle trade shows in Japan in 2022. The Osaka Motorcycle Show will kick off the trio on March 19-21, 2022, followed by Tokyo Motorcycle Show from March 25-27, 2022 and the inaugural Nagoya Motorcycle Show from April 8.

According to a press release from Suzuki, the company’s WEB Motorcycle Show 2022 will offer viewers a peek at its plans. Besides consumer products, the show will also feature promotional updates, including race-team activities, motorcycle-related events, and community contributions.


  •  GSX-RR (MotoGP 2022 entry vehicle)
  •  GSX-R1000R (FIM World Endurance Championship 2021 title-winning vehicle)

Road sports


    • V Strom 1050XT
    • V-Strom 650XT ABS
    • V Strom 250 ABS


    • Bergman 400 ABS

The Motorcycle Show will not only host the production models to the general public, but the event will also play host to two very important racers – the 2022 GSX-RR MotoGP prototype and EWC-winning Yoshimura SERT-Suzuki GSX-R1000R.

Suzuki will also make sure the COVID-19 measures are in place for all these shows.

For its part, Suzuki is rounding out its lineup for the 2022 motorcycle show calendar and already has a firm grasp on the lineups for the 2022 editions of the Web Motorcycle Show and Japanese Moto.

We hope to see new models unveiled in 2022 at the Tokyo Motorcycle Show or some surprise motorcycles at the Moto Shows. Your guess is as good as mine!

via Suzuki

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