Kawasaki Well-known motorcycle manufacturer, among other things for its legendary line Ninja has taken a step towards the future of electromobility with the announcement of the introduction of two new models from this range, but they are electric. They are aimed at drivers with an A1 driving license in the European Union and complement the company’s existing range.
Even though Kawasaki fans might have expected a new electric ninja with a lot of power with these two models They will join the brand’s Ninja 125 and Ninja Z125 lines which are mainly aimed at young drivers and novice drivers (and are quite suitable for city driving).
This is what the new Kawasaki motorcycles look like
The two models have the same thing 5 kW electric motor on a rear chassis. However, this engine is able to achieve peak performance of up to 9 kW during times of highest demand, enabling an agile and dynamic driving experience. Furthermore, they have two lithium-ion batteries connected designed in parallel for more efficient use of this element.
An interesting feature is the ability to charge these Kawasaki electric motorcycles. Included in delivery is one Charging port under the seat This allows you to connect an external charger or use a charging station that charges one battery at a time. Although there are no estimates of range per charge, the manufacturer believes that this will be the case with these motorcycles ideal for City trips and short walks.
Both Ninja electric models offer a gearless driving experience thanks to their gearless operation in ECO or Highway mode. In addition, they have a boost option that offers: Top speed of 99 km/h for a short time. Also included is a job option that includes the ability to use Kawasaki motorcycles both forwards and backwards, making parking maneuvers easier.
Additional options for these new features
Technically, Kawasaki has equipped these electric motorcycles with a TFT dashboard that offers smartphone connectivity so riders can stay connected while riding. In addition, motorcycles have ABS brakes similar to the 400cc models, providing a high level of safety.
In terms of design, both bikes will be an attractive combination silver and green colors which reflect the electric and ecological character of Kawasaki’s new Ninja range
Although the price of these electric motorcycles has not yet been announced, European motorists – it remains to be seen whether they will be deployed in all regions – will have the opportunity to purchase them until next month. With these new additions, the iconic Kawasaki brand continues to adapt to the evolution of the industry and offer two-wheeler enthusiasts more sustainable options.