The Recursion has already been shown as a Suzuki concept but the production drawings gave us the clearest indication yet that the model was heading for production, something the president of Suzuki himself confirmed to us last year.
On some of the patents, no fairing is visible on the turbocharged bike, but the patent makes it clear that a surge tank for the supercharger is mounted behind a cylinder head. An intercooler is adjacent to the surge tank (behind the cylinder head, too) and there is a supercharger mounted in front of the intercooler.
Elsewhere the patent drawings for a narrower V-twin engine and exhaust that Suzuki is working on expose the level of detail that
Suzuki has gone to in protecting what it considers to be a very important motorcycle in its near future. Filed with various patent outlets, the plans show a developed version of the current V-Strom motor but with a much more narrow layout and design.
Speculation has been rife since then that this engine is to get a turbo fitted to it and spur on development of a new big, sporty roadster twin from Suzuki in the same vein as the iconic TL1000 range of the 1990s.