Suzuki GSX Gets MotoGP Livery 2020

Suzuki introduces a sport motor that carries a motorcycle racing motor style livery. Suzuki in Japan launched the GSX-R125 with a 2020-style MotoGP design.

Suzuki GSX-R125 was a similar look like motor racing Suzuki GSX-RR MotoGP from Team Suzuki Ecstar 2020 season. It combines blue and silver color.

In Japan, Suzuki did sell GSX with a 125 cc engine. Unlike Indonesia which is sold in version 150 cc with Suzuki GSX-R150.

For the 2020 MotoGP motorcycle, the Suzuki Ecstar team chose a 60’s classic livery design dominated by silver and blue colors to be applied in the Suzuki GSX-RR.

Slightly deviating from the blue and yellow color combination livery used by the Suzuki team for many years in MotoGP, they were in the season using a combination of blue and silver. The colour selection was inspired by the Suzuki team’s racing motorcycle livery, which first competed in the Isle of Man TT in 1960 with the driver Ernst Degner. In the end, the same livery was also applied to the Suzuki GSX-R125 which was sold in bulk.

The Suzuki GSX-R125 is equipped with a single-cylinder 124 cc air-cooled DOHC engine with fuel injection system. The machine can spray power up to 15 PS at 10,000 rpm with maximum torque up to 11 Nm at 8,000 rpm. The machine is being married with 6 acceleration transmission.

Suzuki GSX-R125 2020 with 2020 MotoGP livery is more expensive, just like the other three color options, Triton Blue Metallic, Brilliant White, and Titan Black, the motor is priced at 393,000 yen or around USD3,700 in Japan. This motorcycle will be sold in bulk from early July.

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