Suzuki Motorcycles has released two accessory packs for its Katana 2020 naked bike: the Samurai Pack which adds a number of unique trim elements, and the Shogun Pack which includes new carbon fibre components.
The Samurai Pack is priced from $595 on its own, or $16,845 rideaway including the bike, and contains a two-tone seat, smoked visor, carbon-look tank pad and various decal sets.
Meanwhile, the Shogun Pack is available from $1499 ($17,749 with bike) and adds carbon fibre parts like a new front fender, clutch cover, starter cover and alternator cover.
The Shogun also gains front and rear axle sliders as well as a two-tone seat, smoked visor and decals.
As before, the Suzuki Katana is based on the modern GSX-S1000 platform, with power coming from a 110kW/108Nm 999cc four-pot.
The bike borrows design cues from the original 1981 GSX1100S Katana, with a unique screen, fuel tank, decals, and rectangular headlight.
Both the Samurai and Shogun packs can be viewed using Suzuki’s Build Your Bike feature, and are now available to order online.
Suzuki Katana 2020 specifications:
Type: Liquid-cooled, 16-valve, four-stroke in-line four-cylinder
Power/Torque: 110kW @ 10,000rpm, 108NmNm @ 9500rpm
Transmission: Six-speed, chain final drive
Tyres: Dunlop Roadsmart F: 120/70-17 R: 190/55-17
Seat height: 825mm
Wet weight: 215kg
Fuel capacity: 12L
Warranty: 24 months, unlimited km
Colours: Silver or black
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