The bike uses a 299cc, liquid-cooled, parallel twin motor with around 30-34hp and 25Nm. The engine sends power via a six-speed transmission. Based on details leaked, the bike wears modern and aggressive design language.
The new 300 could feature a chiselled LED headlight and the chunky USD fork adds to its aggressive, street fighter stance. The fuel tank looks chiselled and even the stylish tail gives the bike an overall impressive appearance. The instrument console features a fully-digital LCD unit that will come with a speedometer, tachometer, and a gear position indicator. A lot of the parts are upgraded, and the bike features an all-new frame (or a heavily revised one) as well as an aluminium swingarm.
Dual-channel ABS will be standard, and the bike's braking hardware consists of discs at either end. The new Suzuki GSX-S300 is likely to make its global debut at the 2018 INTERMOT show in Germany or the EICMA show in Italy, later this year. The bike could make its way to India in the near future.