2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2R

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

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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