Kawasaki Z H2 designed the Z Series’ flagship with its SUGOMI & Minimalist design idea in mind. The asymmetric Ram Air intake system on its left side and its dynamic crouching form, which resembles a predator ready to attack, are features of its fiercely intense and incredibly unique SUGOMI design.
Kawasaki Z H2 will be available in two colour variants:
- Metallic Diablo Black Golden Green
- Diablo Black Golden Green
Kawasaki Z H2 will be available in two variants:
- Kawasaki Z H2
- Kawasaki Z H2 SE
Kawasaki Z H2 has a 998cc, liquid-cooled, supercharged inline four-cylinder engine that powers the Kawasaki Z H2 and produces 200PS power at 11000 rpm and 137Nm torque at 8500 rpm. It has a bi-directional quick-shifter and a 6-speed transmission.
The motorcycle sports Kawasaki Z H2 with technologies including Bluetooth-enabled colour instrumentation and full-LED lighting. The Kawasaki IDEOLOGY APP is compatible with the display. The few items that use the Kawasaki river mark are the Kawasaki Z H2 and Kawasaki Z H2 SE. Only models with historical value are eligible for the logo.
The Kawasaki Z H2 series has a trellis frame, and the suspension components of the standard model include a Showa rear mono-shock and front SFF-BP fork.
The KECS (Kawasaki Electronic Control Suspension) with Showa’s Skyhook Technology is a feature of the SE model. The SE variant also has a high-end braking system that employs Brembo-style front brake callipers.
The electronic rider aids include a cruise control system, Kawasaki Traction Control, Cornering Management Function, Kawasaki Intelligent Anti-lock Brake System, three riding modes (Sport, Rain, and Road), three power modes (Full, Medium, and Low), and three power modes (Full, Medium, and Low).
Kawasaki Z H2 by a trellis structure specifically created for high-speed stability.
The Kawasaki Z H2 has a 6-speed gearbox.
The Showa Skyhook semi-active electronic suspension on Kawasaki Z H2 SE has a Kawasaki Unitrak rising rate suspension at the back, a Showa SFF-CA fork, and a Showa BFRC mono-shock. Suspension can be adjusted according to the ride modes, but it also self-adjusts while riding for added comfort.
The Kawasaki Z H2 has front and rear disc brakes and an anti-lock braking system. Brembo M4 brakes are paired with twin 320mm discs to provide stopping power, and the rear brakes have a 260mm disc.