As a precautionary measure, the 2-wheeler giant will suspending operations at its facilities in a staggered manner between 22nd April and 1st May.
The system would use sensors pointed at the ends of the handlebar and help the rider navigate through the menus with ease.
This new system could be seen on the brand's future motorcycles.
Both brands have joined hands with CERO Recycling to help their customers get rid of old vehicles while offering benefits over the purchase of new cars.
Slated to be launched in 2023 in overseas markets, the bike has 80 HP and can hit a top speed of 150 km/hr.
The battery pack will be lighter than a Lithium-ion equivalent and when fitted to an EV, would also provide more driving range.
It is also looking to introduce a second brand for future premium electric SUVs under Pininfarina.
In all, Suzuki Motor Gujarat has a total production ability of 7.5 lakh units per annum.