India will soon be having the newly introduced and first in its class, the supercharged super sports motorcycle; Kawasaki Ninja H2. It is the state-of-the-art motorcycle ever designed by the Japanese boffins. After a month of teasing, the Japanese automaker has revealed its supercharged engined motorcycle at the international motorcycle show, INTERMOT. The INTERMOT was being held in the first week of November, 2014 in Cologne, Germany. Now, by keeping the Indian aficionados in mind, the firm has decided to bring it down towards our country. Although, the firm has already selected a perfect venue for the launching ceremony of the Kawasaki Ninja H2, i.e. the Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
The official launching ceremony will take place on 3rd April, 2015 at the aforementioned venue. After INTERMOT, the Kawasaki Ninja H2 has made its debut at another motorcycle event, EICMA, which was being held in Milan, Italy. The EICMA took place in the month of November, 2014. In the month of December, 2014, the firm has brought down 5 units of the supercharged motorcycle. They are accepting bookings with an initial amount of INR 10 Lacs and the price tag carried by the supercharged motorcycle is Rs 32.8 lacs (On-Road Pune).
Mechanically, the Kawasaki Ninja H2 is packed up with an in-line 4-cylinder, supercharged motor carrying an engine displacement of 998cc. The liquid-cooled, supercharged engine is tuned to summon up a churning power of 200 BHP and a peak torque of 133.5 Nm. Being a street-legal version, it is equipped with various enhanced electronic equipments, such as Kawasaki Traction Control, Kawasaki launch Control Mode and the most important in ABS (Anti-Lock Braking system). The fully-faired carbon fiber body work is apparently the most highlighted and attractive part of the motorcycle.
Now, let's wait for 3rd April, 2015 to have a closer look of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 at the Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. Stay tuned with SAGMart to know more about the upcoming supercharged motorcycle.