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Hyosung was founded in 1978 as a division of the Hyosung Group of Industries. Hyosung began producing Japanese Suzuki motorcycle designs under license for the South Korean market in Changwon, South Korea in 1979. In June 2007, Hyosung Motors Division was acquired by a Korean company – S&T Group (Science and Technology), and the name was changed to S&T Motors. In 2014 S&T Motors was acquired by Kolao Holdings, and the name was changed to KR Motors. In the year 2005, the company launched the Hyosung Gt250r.
Hyosung GT250R is a full fairing bike and takes most of the styling cues from its elder sibling GT650R. It’s a full-size bike with sporty and aggressive looks. Its vertically aligned twin projector lamps form the headlight of this bike which makes it looks sharp with edgy lines on its front cowl. Its black coloured rear view mirrors are also mounted on its cowl while its transparent visor sits right on the top of its headlight. The fatty front forks along with its mudguard and twin disc plates add visual bulk to this bike.Technical Specifications-