Suzuki has rolled out a GSX-R1000 1 Million Commemorative Edition to celebrate 60 years of motorcycle production and manufacturing of a million GSX-R motorcycles. The limited edition model sports a serial number plate, red-anodized front fork caps, golden outer fork tubes and a red monoshock suspension spring. Its black Brembo brake callipers use red lettering, and there are pinstriped white alloy wheels, apart from a signature ‘R’ key.
Suzuki celebrates 1 million GSX-R bikes and 60 years of production.
The limited edition bike comes with a white fuel tank and body panels, blue Suzuki-typical decals with a splash of red around the front air intake ducts.
The limited edition GSX-R1000 uses a familiar four-stroke, 999cc, in-line four-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine coupled to a six-speed gearbox. Only 1,985 units of this limited edition motorcycle will be produced, as it was in 1985 that the first GSX-R series bike rolled out of the factory.
Suzuki is currently not providing any indication as to when this motorcycle will be offered in India.