– Suzuki could unveil new Bluetooth-integrated instrument cluster
– Gets additional buttons on the display
– Access 125, Burgman Street to get this system first
Suzuki has been saying all last week that it will introduce something that will make the rider superior. It looks like the company is likely to reveal a Bluetooth-enabled instrument cluster.
An image has been leaked online which shows the new instrument cluster which resembles the ones we see on some Suzuki scooters and motorcycles. But this one gets a revised design and also some buttons. Like we have seen in other products like the TVS Ntorq 125, this system lets the rider connect his or her phone to the instrument cluster. The rider will then be able to track the rides, gets call or SMS notifications and in some cases, also give out navigation direction.
From the leaked picture, it is clear that the Burgman Street and the Access 125 will be the first two products to get this system which is rumoured to be called Suzuki Ride Connect. We are expecting the Japanese brand to introduce this system on its Gixxer range of motorcycles as well in the next few months.
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