The digital renderings help us visualize unique iterations of popular bikes. They also give us an idea of what aftermarket kit we could install on the bikes to make them stand out.
These images capture the beautiful conceptualized version of the next generation Suzuki Gixxer SF. The Gixxer might not be as popular as something like a Pulsar, but it has a loyal fanbase. Enthusiast bikers looking for a sporty bike at an attractive price point are the potential customers of the Gixxer SF. The bike goes up against the likes of Yamaha R15 V3 and the Hero Xtreme 200S but has a ton of rivals in the 150 cc segment. These images have been conceptualized by Abin_Designs_511 and are posted on the Instagram page. Let us check out the unique features of this next generation Suzuki Gixxer SF.
Next Generation Suzuki Gixxer
The overall silhouette of the bike is not too different from the regular bike which is only an indication of how sporty the original bike is. This version, however, has much sportier exterior elements. This includes things like sleek and modern LED headlamp unit, compact visor and handlebars, full fairing, underbelly protection, sculpted fuel tank, split-seat arrangement, massive and muscular exhaust pipe, engine protector, sleek taillamps, large brake discs and the front and the back, wide alloy wheels with a yellow ring to make it look more appealing, etc. The two colour themes are blue and red which are both the preferred choices of bike enthusiasts. There are cool graphics on the side faring and at the bottom.
The regular Gixxer SF comes powered by a 155 cc air-cooled fuel-injected engine that outputs a decent 13.6 PS and 13.8 Nm of peak power and torque respectively in the BS6 version. This engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission. The front suspension setup comprises of a telescopic fork and the rear has a pre-load adjusted monoshock absorber. This lends the bike a sort ride with great handling capabilities. The bike has disc brakes on both tyres with a single-channel ABS as standard. The Gixxer SF sells currently for Rs 1.32 lakh, ex-showroom. It would be interesting to see if some of these concept elements could be installed on the production-spec bike as well.