The original Suzuki Katana was in production from 1981 to 2006 and in the year 2019, the brand has resurrected the iconic name. The Katana is more of a street bike for people that are not looking for sharp dynamics like that of the GSX-S1000. Upfront, the Suzuki Katana gets an all-LED rectangular headlamp and things are equally interesting at the rear where the number plate holder and turn indicators are mounted like a rear tyre hugger. Suspension set up on the Suzuki Katana consists of Kayaba inverted forks up front along with a rear monoshock. The braking is taken care of with the help of Brembo. Suzuki Katana in its resurrected form will get power from the same 999cc four-cylinder motor that is good for producing 150hp of power. The bike will get a three-level traction control along with a coloured TFT screen.