Japanese weekly magazine ‘Young Machine’ has rendered the upcoming Gixxer 250 showing us how the new GSX-R250 could look like, alongside its upcoming flagship model GSX-1000R using the identical styling approach.
Looking at the rendered picture, we are sure the rendering done-up using the Suzuki Gixxer SF as the base. The picture published in the magazine shows the GSX-R250 in the Metallic Triton Blue (Special MotoGP Edition) color scheme that we have seen on the Gixxer SF. At the moment it’s unclear if the 250cc Gixxer will adopt a single-cylinder or twin-cylinder.
In the picture, the Hayabusa like head-light is replaced by a pair of futuristic LED headlights, adding an extremely menacing appearance to the motorcycle. The other notable changes on the rendering include a tall windscreen, muscular fuel tank, clip-on handlebars, a relatively large disc brake oil reservoir and a much sporty step-up split seat.
Although Suzuki Motorcycles has remained tight lipped on the official announcement of the GSX-R250, most of the trusted blogs close to us reveal that a 250 cc motorcycle in indeed in the works, and looking at the substantial growth quarter-litre segment across the world makes it highly irresistible for the Japanese manufacturer to stay away.
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Source: Young Machine