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on 7 September 2020

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Suzuki to celebrate 100 years of innovation by going “all out” at the 60th Genoa International Boat Show

Suzuki to celebrate 100 years of innovation by going “all out” at the 60th Genoa International Boat Show

Suzuki will be taking part in the 60th Genoa International Boat Show, opening in the Ligurian capital on 1st October, with a record presence. The Japanese company has, in fact, decided give visitors the chance to experience the very best of their entire production line first hand, bringing with them a staggering selection of 32 outboards from 2.5 to 350 Hp, alongside 19 boats and RIBs, of which 6 tenders and 3 Marshalls to be displayed on land and 10 boats on water and available for test drives.

Suzuki’s presence at this year’s International Boat Show will be a full-blown parade showcasing their technological achievements realised over the course of a century, to celebrate 100 years since Suzuki Loom Manufacturing was first created, the textile machinery company founded by Michio Suzuki and origin of one of today’s world-leading motor companies, Suzuki Motor Company.

Standing out among the most recent Suzuki products, on display both indoors – Pavilion B, stand D4-E5 – and on the docks in front of Pavilion B, where Suzuki will be showcasing their designs for 2021, are the Suzuki DF140BG and its smaller brother, the Suzuki DF115BG. While Pavilion B will offer visitors a close-up of three fiberglass hull RIBs from the Marshall line. The 60th Genoa International Boat Show will of course also see the Suzukino brand’s most successful boats along with those from the tender line Suzumar which offers 3 designs.

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