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Kawasaki promises to become all-electric
Kawasaki promises to become all-electric

From 2025, the company plans to release 10 hybrid and electric models, after which it will get rid of the internal combustion engine. Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer Kawasaki has pledged to fully switch to electric traction by 2035, visordown.com reports. However, this will not happen immediately, and the company will have to work hard to deliver… More

New motorcycle Kawasaki Z650RS

The Japanese manufacturer has officially unveiled the Kawasaki Z650RS 2022, made in the neo retro style of the older version of the Z900RS. The Kawasaki Z650RS 2022 is based on the Z650, making it look more retro from a visual point of view. The chassis and engine are the same as on the Z650, while… More

New Nawasaki Z650 RS
New Nawasaki Z650 RS

Kawasaki has announced the new naked Kawasaki Z650 RS 2022. The original Kawasaki Z650 was produced in 1976-1983. The motorcycle was equipped with a 652-cc 64-horsepower inline four-cylinder engine and outwardly resembled the older model Z900. In 2022, the Kawasaki Z650 will be equipped with a 649cc 67-horsepower in-line two-cylinder engine, which is still installed… More

Kawasaki subtly improves Ninja 1000SX Sport-Tourer
Kawasaki subtly improves Ninja 1000SX Sport-Tourer

Kawasaki’s Ninja 1000SX underwent a significant overhaul in 2020. The flagship sports tourer features a redesigned engine, a new TFT display, a six-axis Bosch IMU and ride-by-wire technology. Despite a significant update, Kawasaki is back in 2021 with Performance, Touring and Performance Tourer trims for the travel-friendly litebike. Team Green is now back with the… More

Kawasaki unveiled the Z900RS SE for Europe
Kawasaki unveiled the Z900RS SE for Europe

Kawasaki Europe just unveiled the 2022 Z900RS SE and it includes every retro-modern bike box you could wish for. While the aesthetics are undoubtedly appealing, thankfully the brand didn’t stop there. Several key performance improvements help make this Special Edition truly special. The first thing you’ll notice is, of course, the painting. Kawasaki calls it… More

The new Kawasaki Minibike z125 Pro
The new Kawasaki Minibike z125 Pro

Kawasaki launches a real competitor to the Honda Grom. The Japanese manufacturer rolled out the 2022 version in North America, which is priced at $ 3,299 ($ ​​100 off the Honda Grom). The Kawasaki Z125, of course, does not have the technology of the older Z-series models, but it boasts a sporty design, LCD tidy,… More

The future of Kawasaki
The future of Kawasaki

According to reports from Kawasaki Heavy Industries, the parent company of Kawasaki Motorcycles, has a new roadmap for the next few years. Kawasaki are planning a smoother industrial integration with Kawasaki Motors Ltd. by October of the current year. The meeting and further decision to restructure was partly due to unprecedented times. The company is… More

Kawasaki has refreshed the street of 900 for the 2022 season
Kawasaki has refreshed the street of 900 for the 2022 season

The motorcycle has received cosmetic changes, incl. new color options. It seems that the “greens” decided that there was no point in reworking an already excellent bike, and all work on changes for the new model year was entrusted only to designers. As a result, the Kawasaki Z900 received two new color options: Pearl Robotic… More

Kawasaki may be the first to release hybrid and hydrogen bikes
Kawasaki may be the first to release hybrid and hydrogen bikes

The automotive sector is head over heels in the global shift from fossil fuels to electrification, but major motorcycle manufacturers are not yet heading into the newfangled direction. It is possible that the current situation on the motorcycle market will gradually change in the coming years, as evidenced by the recent presentation of a large… More

Kawasaki are planning a new Ninja 700R?!
Kawasaki are planning a new Ninja 700R?!

Yamaha recently registered the R7 trademark for a two-cylinder sportbike planned to be based on the MT-07 platform. Why did Yamaha start working in this direction? The R6 was withdrawn from sales due to the inexpediency of updating due to restrictions on the Euro5 emission standards. In addition, everyone is shocked by the popularity of… More