Suzuki V-Strom 1000 “Concept”
On the main site of Suzuki motorcycle went out for the announcement of the well-known model that started back in 1988 by developing a model DR750S. Model for the 2014 year.
Sharing the spirit of the globally successful V-Strom 650 ABS,
the all-new, V-Strom 1000 “Concept” will deliver fun, excitement and
versatility to the open class rider who seeks a new world of motorcycling adventure.
More than a decade ago, Suzuki developed the V-Strom 650.
The motorcycle offered incredible versatility, comfort, and a fun to ride character.
The well-balanced package included an incredibly versatile V-twin engine and lightweight aluminum chassis.
The riding experience will be further enhanced with these new features to satisfy even the most savvy adventure motorcyclists.
- Strong, rider-friendly Engine:
A totally redesigned, liquid-cooled 1000cc V-twin engine produces effortless acceleration along with a strong V-twin rumble.
- Lightweight, well-balanced Chassis:
Slim and lightweight aluminum frame, thickly padded seat and an adjustable windscreen provides an easy, comfortable, and fun to ride character.
- Brake and Suspension:
Performance-inspired radial mount front brake caliper with Antilock Brake System provides riders confidence in braking on various road conditions. The V-Strom 1000 Concept also features an inverted front fork and an easy to adjust single shock style rear suspension.
- Distinctive Styling Design:
Inspired by the 1988 DR750S-Suzuki’s first big on/off-road machine-the V-Strom 1000 Concept features bold and distinctive styling to create an unmatched presence.
- Advanced Traction Control System:
Suzuki’s advanced traction control system is equipped for enhanced sport riding, performance, and the peace of mind to negotiate slippery surfaces with confidence.
- Luggage System:
An all new luggage system was designed and tested in harmony with the big V-Strom’s overall development. The luggage system provides easy installation, a narrow overall width when installed, and a clean look when detached.
Info by Suzuki