Suzuki is now taking registrations for its new-generation communication venue, the Suzuki Motorcycle Global Salon.
The virtual platform will allow riders and fans of the Japanese manufacturer to check out motorcycles and new models just like in an actual showroom or live motor show. They can also consult local Suzuki dealer staff through their PC or the smartphone app.
Users can create an avatar to explore the space, check out bikes, and even chat with friends and Suzuki sales staff. The My Showroom area highlights the features and specifications of new models. You can also try custom color variations and accessories, and learn more about technologies and functions.
The grand opening of the Suzuki Motorcycle Global Salon is scheduled on February 5. It will consist of a launch conference, an exhibition of the latest units, and a time-limited Event Hall where fresh content and future attractions will be presented.
Among the rumored bikes set to be unveiled on the 5th is the 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa:
Followers are already getting excited on YouTube: “The legend is back! Can’t wait!”
One wrote: “Suzuki is smart to keep the classic analog stuff with a new TFT in the middle! Damn... Who want a full TFT when you can see the needles moving up as you rev it?!”
Another said: “I’m in love with that instrument cluster. They have kept the essence of the ’Busa as it is. Suzuki killed it this time!”