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Original Posting: Sometime in 2001
Last Updated : 02 July 2012

I've been meaning to finish this page for many years! It is supposed to detail all the concepts for the Suzuki Hayabusa and any derivatives.

Here's some information and pictures on the Suzuki GSX-R/4 Concept car.

It's often mistaken as the Suzuki GSXR4 or GSXR/R.

Why? because there is a GSXR4 can be known as several things ! Some examples are GSX-R 400 or even known as a generic Suzuki 4 cylinder engine.

Essentially a sports car with soul of the Hayabusa!

It was first revealed back in 2001 LA Motor Show but obviously did not attract enough attention to bring it to production. The technology was used to develop the Formula Hayabusa Racing series.

The mechanical bits of the concept where based on technology used other more ordinary Suzuki cars eg. gears, brakes and so forth. However the engine is from the Hayabusa.
Bigger pictures can be found on my pictures site Peter's Motorcycle Pictures but there are plenty available on the Net.

The site now includes pictures of other concept and motorcycle based cars or vehicles, the focus on Hayabusa variants - naturally.



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