In America, Suzuki Motors USA has proposed several new liveries for existing models. It remains to be seen which colors will arrive in the Netherlands, but this makes it clear that these models will technically remain unchanged for the year 2024 (L04). So it applies to 2024 versions of Suzuki GSX-8S, GSX-S1000, GSX-S1000GT, V-Strom 1050 and V-Strom 1050 DE. The 2024 colors of the V-Strom 650 have been known for some time.
2024 Suzuki GSX-8S, GSX-S1000 and GSX-S1000GT
The new Nirvana is only available for a short time, but in 2024 it will have a new gray color scheme, with gray wheels and a black frame, officially named Glass Matte Mechanical Grey. Additionally, the already well-known Pearl Cosmic Blue and Metallic Matte Black no. 2, both with blue frame and ditto wheels.
For 2024, the GSX-S1000 has the current metallic Triton Blue color scheme, but in details it differs slightly from the 2023 colors in Europe. Additionally, there will be a new metallic matte black silver with red accents.
There is a red version of the GSX-S1000GT named Candy Daring Red. As previously reported, another GSX-S1000 crossover will be added next model year, presumably with new ’17-inch wheels’ and will then be called the GSX-S1000T.
2024 Suzuki V-Strom 1050
The DE version of the 2024 V-Strom will feature a black and white/blue livery, but the current yellow color combination will no longer be available in the US. And then the most notable new color follows the standard V-Strom: orange. Officially it’s the Glass Blaze Orange/Metallic Matte Black no. 2. The V-Strom 650s was previously announced in 2024 colors for Europe, the same colors used in the US.
We haven’t seen the GSX-R1000 or GSX-R600 in Europe for a long time, but in the US that model is still available and even with the new 20214 color schemes. Of course, the iconic blue and white livery is still there, as well as a black version. Although the “Gixxer” is no longer available here, we’re showing Glass Matte Mechanical Gray below.
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