Kawasaki has really outdone itself this time, as they unveil what’s being crowned as the world’s most powerful motorcycle. Meet the 2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2R.
Beating out its own ZX-14R, the H2R is now the fastest production bike on the planet, pumping out 300-horsepower. Powered by a supercharged 998cc, inline 4-cylinder engine, this thing is all business. Built for the track, there are no signals or mirrors, and it comes right from the factory with a set of slicks. There’s even a set of lower winglets attached to the carbon fiber body, designed by the team at Kawasaki’s Aerospace Company. Before you get too discouraged about this being a track-only motorcycle, Kawasaki has already announced that it will be releasing a street-legal version dubbed the Kawasaki Ninja H2. Details on that are not known yet, but they will be released in just a few weeks at the EICMA in Milan, Italy.
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