All New Kawasaki Z h2
New Kawasaki Z H2 marks a new era in the Hypernaked class
Stretching back in an unbroken series of models over nearly fifty years to the iconic and ground-breaking Super Four model Z1 of 1972, Kawasaki has an enviable Z heritage in the naked class.
Kawasaki is not looking back with its latest top level Z though. Instead, it encourages riders and fans to look to the future and anticipate meeting the most radical, most technically advanced and most powerful Z ever; the Z H2. Harnessing Kawasaki’s considerable in-house experience with the Ninja H2 and Ninja H2R, the Z H2 forces the world of motorcycling in a new direction with the ultimate Hypernaked machine.
Being at the pinnacle of the 2020 Z family is a huge responsibility which calls for a machine with a feature list satisfying the wants and needs of even the most demanding rider, delivering a specification that exceeds those demands thus creating “The Ultimate Z”. Echoing the core spirit of Kawasaki’s unique “Sugomi” design philosophy – where each styling innovation is matched equally by an engineering feature – the Z H2 literally bristles with interesting rider focused facets.
Much anticipated, much talked about and perhaps most eagerly awaited of all 2020 Hypernaked machines, the Z H2 is here and ready to take its place at the head of the Z family and to take charge of the popular naked class.
*** See this model for the first time in the flesh within the UK at the Kawasaki stand during Motorcycle Live 2019 ***
New Model Highlights
200 PS care of the 998 cm3 supercharged In-line four engine, providing easy to manage yet extreme acceleration
Hallmark Kawasaki Z Sugomi design that is reminiscent of a beast crouched low in an offensive posture
New trellis frame that ensures maneouvrability at low/medium speeds and stability at high speeds
KQS (Kawasaki Quick Shifter) as standard, with assist and slipper clutch
Easy to read, full-colour TFT LCD screen and smart phone connectivity using Kawasaki Rideology app
High-grade electronics package including electronic throttle, cruise control, Inertia Measurement Unit, KTRC (Kawasaki Traction Control), power modes, KCMF (Kawasaki Corner Management Function), KLCM (Kawasaki Launch Control Mode) and more!
Showa SFF-BP (Big Piston) front fork and Showa rear shock
Brembo front brake callipers
All LED Lights