In its latest avatar, Ninja H2 and H2R benefit from Kawasaki’s ‘most advanced electronics package’ and smoother suspension from Ohlins TTX rear shock. New Kawasaki H2 is Euro4 compliant in terms of emission limit owing to its new exhaust.
New H2R and H2 Carbon wear a new silver-mirror paint with matte elements. H2 Carbon features carbon-fibre upper fairing, also available as a retrofit accessory. All new versions use a six-axis inertial measurement unit that measures lean angle and maximum lean angle among other things.
Forward and backward pitch is calculated to optimise traction control and ABS functionality. The bikes feature a new up/down quick-shifter and Brembo brake levers with holes in them to improve aerodynamic performance.
In all, 120 limited Ninja H2 Carbon editions will be manufactured, each individually numbered. Engine and power output remains same as before. Have a look at the photos and video below.