2010 Suzuki GSR750 Not Likely to Come to the US

07/17/2009 @ 9:00 am, by Jensen Beeler4 COMMENTS


French magazine, MotoRevue, has speculated and rendered up what they believe to be the upcoming GSR750. Expecting the bike to hit the streets in early-2010, the render borrows heavily on the lines of the B-King, and is expected to be Suzuki’s answer to the growing 750cc standard bike market. As such the GSR will have stiff competition from the Kawasaki Z750, Aprilia Shiver/Mana, Triumph Street Triple, etc.

Powering the bike will be a detuned GSX-R750 motor, which you can expect to make power south of 120hp. No word on what markets the bike will enter into, but don’t hold you breath to see it on American soil. Considering the GSR series has traditionally been a European/Asian market bike, we expect the 750cc version to be available only abroad as well.

Source: MotoRevue; Photochop: Jérôme Vannesson

  • JR

    I like it! Even if it looks like it’s about to transform and fight Optimus Prime.

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  • Matthew

    Even if?!? I like it BECAUSE of that! But of course, I’m in the USA, so I don’t have access to all these awesome nakeds that the rest of the world gets. Darn it all.

    Hey Suzuki, bring back the B-King! The fatal flaw was those exhaust pipes, that’s all!