Kawasaki is bringing the A-game with their newest machine, the 2015 Ninja H2R. Force-induction and wings hints at pants-busting abilities of Kawasaki Heavy industries’ new two-wheeled beast.
Kawasaki is aiming to make a huge comeback with the H2R, which is why the bike has been fitted with the nostalgic Kawasaki ‘River Mark’ emblem instead of the familiar ‘Flying-K’ logo. Two variants will be available, the street-legal H2 and the track-only H2R as shown here fitted with racing slick tires.
Adored with innovative new parts such as a trellis frame, carbon fiber fairings, and wings (which are used to direct air to the radiator rather than to create downforce,) the bike is also packed with a 998cc supercharged 4-cyliner engine producing 225hp in the H2 and a full-on insanity 300hp for the ‘R’ race-spec model, making it the most powerful factory production motorcycle ever produced.
“Built Beyond Belief.” That is the tagline that’s accompanying the Kawasaki Ninja H2R as it takes on the world of top-end superbikes. Seems fitting as this evil Transformer-looking bike is currently the most ridiculous of ’em all.