Kawasaki hit the racetrack with its two new prototypes giving fans a preview, as well as a listen, of the new electric-assisted two-wheelers. The smaller standard bike shown was seen with Z range styling with the company’s electric-only motor, while the other model featured Ninja range styling with Hybrid EV (HEV) technology.
The Z range of electric-only bikes were seen zipping past the pits with an audible electric hum. It was shortly followed by the Ninja range hybrid prototype which looks vastly improved thanks to its twin-chopper setup. The HEV logo planted on the model’s side fascia is a bold hint of the bike’s hybrid powertrain which would also have made a slight whirr from its electric motor and as soon as the rider opened the throttle, the internal combustion engine was spear. equipment as the bike passed the bleachers.
While this preview of the model made the company’s progress with these bikes obvious, unfortunately, Kawasaki has yet to roll out official tech specs for the bikes. However, reports revealing VIN decoder information have hinted that the entry-level all-electric Kawasaki could push power to around 15 horsepower. If this bike were to go into production, that would make it comparable in performance to the company’s Z125.