Suzuki presents new colours for 2019 GSX-S range
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The GSX-S1000 super-naked – which uses the famed GSX-R1000 K5 powerplant in a bespoke twin-spar aluminium chassis – comes in three new colour options for 2019. An all-blue model nods subtly to Suzuki’s MotoGP GSX-RR, with yellow and white flashes. It’s flanked in the range by a white version and a matt black variant of the same scheme, both featuring sharp blue flashes.

Aping its larger sibling, the GSX-S750 naked gets the same treatment, with 2019 getting a MotoGP blue option plus the matt black and all-white versions.

The pair’s GSX-S1000F stablemate will also sport a MotoGP blue livery with the same yellow and white decals, plus a matt black livery with blue accents.