Patent Image Of Sportier Suzuki GSX-S300 Leaked


The patent image quite clearly shows that the upcoming motorcycle gets some premium features and is built especially for the European market

Suzuki revealed the Haojue DR 300 (GSX-S300) last year at the Chongqing Mobo Fair in China. The motorcycle is sold by Houjue, Suzuki’s Chinese partner. Recently a leaked patent image of another sportier motorcycle surfaced on the internet.

Although the details of the patent image are scarce at this moment, it is safe to assume that the motorcycle is most probably meant for the European market. If we talk about its styling, the motorcycle seen in the leaked patent image looks a lot different than its Chinese cousin Haojue DR300. The front profile of the motorcycles features a dual pod LED headlamps.

The headlamp cluster also gets a dual tone finish to it and features a compact visor as well on top. Besides the LED headlamps expect the motorcycle to also feature LED taillamp and side turn indicators as well. It is quite obvious that the motorcycle will also get a full digital display. Few reports online state that it will most probably also come with a Smartphone connectivity feature as well.


The Smartphone connectivity feature will help the rider to control music, phone calls, and even read messages on the go. The good news is that the motorcycle gets tall-set handlebars that promise to offer a comfortable and upright riding position.

It also gets a differently styled fuel tank as well with a black stripe running on top of it. The new motorcycle features a different single-piece seat compared to the split seat setup seen on the Haojue DR300. Although we are not exactly sure at this moment, you can expect the technical specification of the motorcycle to be similar to the DR300.

The patent image quite clearly reveals that the motorcycle will get upside down forks towards the front and monoshock setup towards the rear. It will rely on petal-type disc towards the front and rear for stopping. A dual channel ABS will also be offered a standard. The upcoming motorcycle will share its engine and platform with the DR300.