EICMA 2021: Suzuki’s 2022 Katana is stronger than ever

SuzukiA very popular collector’s favorite is back in 2022 with improved power and some new electronic gadgets.

Let’s talk about that.

based on GSX-S1000 Platform, 2022 Suzuki Katana It’s now a Euro 5 compliant sport made possible by updating the exhaust and emissions profiles.

With these same updates, the bike can sponge up three more cute horses and roll the specs to 150hp at 11,000rpm. This is a great improvement over the previous 147hp (110kW) power plant.

Suzuki Katana 2022: Side view

Also, the bike is said to have passed Dino, and there are some long-awaited specs. please look:

Suzuki Katana 2022: Dyno Sheet

“… I lost a few Nm peak torque from 108 Nm at 9500 rpm to 106 Nm at the lower 9250 rpm, but Suzuki claims a significant improvement over the midrange and should further enhance the impulse at the fingertips. ” MCNews..

“A wider, smoother torque curve has fewer peaks and valleys than before, and also achieves greater cumulative torque generation over the entire engine operating range.”

Suzuki Katana 2022: Close-up of side fairing

according to ADVRider.comOther benefits of this machine include a new ride-by-wire throttle, a new 5-mode traction control system (with the ability to shut off if not needed), and a revised 4-2-1. Clutch assist system with one exhaust and new airbox, camshaft, rubber handlebars, and bidirectional quick shifter.

Suzuki Katana 2022: Engine close-up

Oh, and the LCD screen updated in red “night” mode to keep the atmosphere dirty.

Yes, please.

The price is undecided, but the colors are straightforward. A dark matte blue with gold forks and wheels, or a dark gray scheme that complements the red wheels.

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surely Check out our new “EICMA 2021” category, where all the dung stuff released at this year’s EICMA is curated for you – Enjoy the photo gallery. As always, be safe with Twisty. EICMA 2021: Suzuki’s 2022 Katana is stronger than ever

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