It is pretty much a given that this new motorcycle will be powered by a version of the Suzuki 650 V-Twin engine. Look at the placement of the oil filter in the far left image and the center image. That and the cases are very similar. The headlamp image is very much V-Strom inspired. The little V-Strom was a popular motorcycle based on a low MSRP and durable design.
Further evidence supporting this theory is the clear shot of the front of the motorcycle. Here you can clearly see the V-Twin engine and the signature oil filter hanging low and in front of the engine case behind the front wheel. This is the same layout as the last V-Strom 650 engine as you can see in the comparison images below. The spindly standard
front fork reveals a low-budget approach to the bike’s suspension which also favors the notion that this is an updated version of the budget-minded V-Strom 650.
The last piece of evidence that eliminates any hope of this new motorcycle having off-road tendencies is the front fender and street-oriented tires. So, we suspect Suzuki is reviving the Wee-Strom with a face lift but we are still waiting for verification and details from Suzuki.