Soon, we will be seeing Suzuki scooting across the skies in Japan. Nope. There will not be flying Swift or Jimny or Vitara but thanks to a technology and production agreement with Japanese personal air transport maker, SkyDrive, Suzuki is indeed taking to the skies.
Suzuki has long been in the business of crafting outboard motors for boats. You might already know about their Micro-Plastic Collecting Device feature. Now, here’s the scoop on something fresh and super exciting: the Suzuki Small e-outboard Motor Concept.
For those unfamiliar with Suzuki’s diverse product range, they are not only known for their super cool motorcycles and ridiculously boxy roomy kei cars but also for their boat outboard motors and mobility solutions for individuals with mobility challenges.
Chinese brick-built toymaker CaDA is having a blast with officially licensed products. Following recent collaborations with Arctic Cat, Mercedes-AMG, and Alfa Romeo for its 2022 Formula 1 race car, CaDA has revealed its second collaboration with Suzuki for its iconic Katana motorcycle.
From a split-wheel sports bike, we now move on to another super cool custom bike. This time it’s a two-wheeler that has ditched the wheels in favor of a track and a ski to become a snow bike.
The third generation of Suzuki’s legendary hyperbike, the Hayabusa, introduced last year is now joined by a white brilliant pearl model and it looks absolutely dope!
Every now and then, we come across a custom bike that make us steal a few more looks. This custom Suzuki GSX-R750 “Neo-Tokyo” is one such bike. And yes, it was based on an old GSR-R750.
Xiaomi, the grocer of the gadget world, has introduced a new toy. It is an officially licensed 1:16 scale replica of the fourth-generation Suzuki Jimny and oh yeah, it is a remote control toy.
First of all, can I just say that we don’t deserve this beautiful planet. We do deserve this planet, then why are there 150,000,000 tons of marine plastic waste in the ocean today? According to a report, around 8,000,000 tons of plastic flow into the ocean every single year. To put things in perspective, that’s …
Gundam is not, I repeat, is not Kamen Rider. That said, we have no idea why Suzuki USA wants a custom Gundam bike out of a 2020 Katana. Regardless of the reasons behind it, we all can agree that it looks dope.