The ZH2 is the much-anticipated bike from the Kawasaki which was unveiled recently-after its leaks and teasers that were around the Internet-at the Tokyo Motor Show 2019.
Inspired from the Ninja H2, Kawasaki at the Tokyo Motor show unveiled the Z H2 street fighter after its teasers and leaks that were around in the air for a while now. The naked segment has a got a mean competitor with its aerodynamics and aggressive looks, it was pleasing to lay eyes on this beauty at the Tokyo Motor Show where Kawasaki is not looking back with its Z style though. The top-level Z with its ultimate hyper naked machine encourages the mass with an anticipated future and technology never seen before such as Bluetooth connectivity and comprehensive electronics.
This naked streetfighter fights with an onboard heart of 998cc supercharged four-cylinder engine that gives about 200 PS and delivers 137Nm of power and torque. The ZH2 is interestingly just a kilogram heavier than the Ninja H2 with a Kerb weight of 239 kg if you consider wind and other conditions and twist the throttle to its max the bike can reach close to 300kmph. The ZH 2 features an updated version of the Trellis type chassis with new Brembo M4 calipers that are attached to the Showa BPF front forks. Diving inside the ZH 2 is a clutch plus dog-ring box technology where the bike supports on an oil-cooled mechanism with the Kawasaki’s reliability and rideability beliefs.
On the exterior, the Kawasaki Z H2 from the Sugomi styling and the special nature of its Z styling and dramatic color-coded chassis, Kawasaki with its super symphony of sensation the ZH2 features a twin LED headlamp that goes well along with the reverse embossed “supercharged” branding on the impeller unit. With its ride centric features and adjustable ride fit cruise controls on the left bar cluster, the TFT display is quite recognizable. On the smarter end, the Kawasaki’s Rideology Smartphone App allows the rider to know and have a connection with the status of the machine through a Bluetooth technology right on your smartphone; Features such as traction control, intelligent anti-lock braking, cornering management function, selectable rider and power modes, anti-wheelie control allied to practical information such as fuel economy and journey facts and moreover a lean angle meter recorder that is sure to be a popular function of all can be managed through the Bosch IMU’s Kawasaki Rideology App on your smartphone.