Gallery: Ten More Photos of the new 2017 Suzuki GSX-R1000R

2017 GSX-R1000R is here, and we can't wait to ride it

Suzuki GSX-R1000R
The 2017 Suzuki GSX-R1000R.Courtesy of Suzuki

From afar, the 2017 Suzuki GSX-R1000R doesn’t look much different than its predecessor, actually you may never be able to tell the difference, but it’s the details that make it so much better.

Suzuki unveiled the standard GSX-R1000 as well as the track-focused GSX-R1000R at Intermot, and we’re itching to have our first rides on them. Until then, we are stuck staring at photos wondering just how good the GSX-R will really be. After looking at the spec sheet, however, it does sound promising.

Below is a collection of photos we had to share... Really, doesn’t the new GSX-R1000R look like a proper track weapon?

Suzuki GSX-R1000R
The new GSX-R looks fast… Really fast!Courtesy of Suzuki
Suzuki GSX-R1000R
The 2017 model is claimed to be the lightest, most-nimble handling GSX-R ever produced, and after seeing its spec sheet, we can’t see why not.Courtesy of Suzuki
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A claimed boost of 10 horsepower will certainly bring the GSX-R up to speed with fellow literbike competitors.Courtesy of Suzuki
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Suzuki did no wrong with the GSX-R’s paint scheme either!Courtesy of Suzuki
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We know, we aren’t huge fans of the muffler either, but let it be a reason to show some support to an aftermarket exhaust company.Courtesy of Suzuki
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The LCD display of the GSX-R1000R differs from that of the standard model in the fact that it gets a black background.Courtesy of Suzuki
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The GSX-R1000R also receives Showa’s Balance Free Fork technology that has already proven worthy on the Kawasaki ZX-10R.Courtesy of Suzuki
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Also outfitting the GSX-R1000R is Showa’s Balance Free Rear Cushion lite shock absorber.Courtesy of Suzuki
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The GSX-R1000R will be available in Glass Sparkle Black (shown here) or the Metallic Triton Blue scheme we already featured.Courtesy of Suzuki
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The Glass Sparkle Black scheme also comes with special coated Showa Balance Free Forks.Courtesy of Suzuki