Kawasaki looks to one-up itself this summer with the release of the world’s most powerful jet ski watercraft. So just how much power does this Japanese built watercraft produce you ask? The 2014 Kawasaki Ultra 310 pumps out a staggering 310 horsepower.
New for 2014, the 310 series will come equipped with a supercharged four-stroke 1,498cc engine utilizing an air-to-water intercooler. The vessel weighs in at 1,047 pounds, and thanks to a nearly 21-gallon fuel tank, will provide hours of fun on the water. There’s also an option for Kawasaki’s new JETSOUND audio system, letting riders listen to music from their iPod through the onboard pair of 30-watt speakers – all of which is controlled right from the handlebar pad. The 310 is available in several different color options and models. The base model (the Ultra 310X SE) starts at $15,799 while the brand’s flagship model (the Ultra 310LX) will set you back about $18,000. Watch the video below to see this thing in action. [Purchase]
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