- 2023 model gets new Glass Sparkle Black paint option
- No changes to the design
- Indian launch details unavailable yet
The 2023 Suzuki GSX-S1000 has received a new Glass Sparkle Black paint option that joins the existing MotoGP bike-inspired Metallic Triton Blue colour option.
The design remains unaltered, and the 2023 GSX-S1000 retains the aggressive styling that comprises a vertically-stacked LED headlight, body-coloured headlight mask, and a pair of MotoGP-inspired winglets protruding from the radiator shrouds. It also has a muscular fuel tank, split-seats, and a sharp design for the exhaust canister.
The motorcycle is built around an aluminium twin-spar frame and a superbike-braced swingarm. Other hardware includes a fully-adjustable inverted KYB front fork and rear monoshock, twin discs with Brembo-sourced calipers at the front, single rotor with Nissin-sourced caliper at the back, and a cast-aluminium handlebar.
This litre-class model from the Japanese brand is powered by a 999cc, inline four-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor. The electronics include ride-by-wire throttle, Suzuki Clutch Assist System, ABS, three ride modes, five-level traction control system, and bidirectional quickshifter. Then, the safety net comprises cornering function for better protection.
The Indian launch details of the Suzuki GSX-S1000 are not available yet, and it is unlikely to make it to our shores in the near future.