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Great Wall Motors S2000 Revealed With 8 Cylinder Engine

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Great Wall Motors has launched a new touring bike, the S2000, in China under its new two-wheeler brand called Souo. The iconic Goldwing made its debut at the 2024 Beijing International Bicycle Show and caught everyone’s attention with its massive displacement and cylinder design.

S2000 is powered by a 2000cc flat-eight engine mated to an eight-speed DCT and mounted on a cast aluminum frame. While no power numbers have been released for this engine, the 6,000 rpm redline on the display shows it’s tuned for strong low-end revs. The display also shows a maximum speed of 240 km / h, and of course the maximum speed should be close to that. Needless to say, this is the largest number of cylinders we have seen in a motorcycle engine to date. Its closest rivals, the Honda Goldwing and the BMW K 1600, are powered by six-cylinder engines.

 Great Wall Motors S2000

In addition to the engine, the suspension settings of the S2000 also appear. The Hossack-style suspension consisted of two wishbones and a shock absorber stopped the front wheel. This type of configuration is suitable for heavy passengers to reduce the front suspension without compromising comfort and reducing mass. Also, he seems to have all the qualities one would expect from a great tourist. There is a music system and speakers with Bluetooth connectivity, air conditioning and heated seats, electric parking brake, cruise control, automatic headlights and a large TFT screen. It also has a sleek and stylish design to complement the bike’s overall package.

Available in GL and ST variants, the S2000 is the first product under the Souo GWM brand, with many more to be launched soon to follow other Chinese two-wheeled models. Some people at Honda two and four wheeler, both, were probably harmed when this product was revealed.

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