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Suzuki trademarks Recursion name
Trademark application suggests turbocharged concept is moving closer to production
It looks like the Suzuki is putting the Recursion in to production
SUZUKI has trademarked the Recursion name, sparking speculation in the bike press that the turbo-charged concept bike has taken a step closer to becoming a production model.
The trademark application was submitted on the September 2 and follows Suzuki patenting the turbo-charged design in March.
The 588cc parallel-twin was unveiled as a concept at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, where Suzuki claimed the 'neo café racer' could make 100hp and 47lbft. It was shown with a single-sided swingarm, carbon monocoque seat cowl, upside-down fork and wavey brake discs.
At the start of the year, Japanese magazine Young Machine published a production version rendering of the bike on its front cover.
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