Kawasaki, known for its motorcycles, initially planned to unveil its first electric bikes last year but is now set to launch them in the current year. In Australia, they provided some details about these upcoming electric models, known as Ninja e-1 and Z e-1, which bear a striking resemblance to their traditional gas-powered counterparts in terms of design.
These electric bikes will offer a power output of 9.0 kW (equivalent to 12.1 horsepower), marking Kawasaki’s initial venture into alternative fuel vehicles. These bikes are just the beginning, with Kawasaki indicating plans for a diverse range of new products.
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Furthermore, Kawasaki is preparing to release a hybrid bike next year, integrating both electricity and gas. They are also in the process of developing a motorcycle that operates using hydrogen fuel.
In summary, Kawasaki is introducing new electric motorcycles, specifically the Ninja e-1 and Z e-1, which will pave the way for a broader range of fuel options in their offerings. Additionally, they are preparing to launch a hybrid model using both electricity and gas, with ongoing research into creating a hydrogen-powered motorcycle.