Kawasaki H2R After a long time of conquering the throne on the track, it was officially confirmed that Kawasaki will soon stop production, no later than the end of this year. This is considered a surprising and regrettable news for a large number of fans, especially speed fans.
According to the Japanese automaker, the Kawasaki H2R track version will officially stop production from October 2020.
In addition, the final order for H2R will start from September 20 until October 21. Currently the ‘green giant’ Kawasaki has not announced the next plans for the H2R after officially closing the production line of this version.
Kawasaki H2R is no longer a strange name for a lot of people, especially fans of speed. Right before its launch, Kawasaki has carried out strong promotional campaigns for a fastest superbike in the world.
Indeed, the Kawasaki H2R is recognized as one of the fastest speeding supercars in the world. In return, the H2R is not licensed for street use, but can only join the track due to some design features and equipment.
The “heart” of the H2R is a 998cc 4-cylinder DOHC engine block, combined with a Supercharged supercharger, for a maximum capacity of up to 310 horsepower (up to 326 horsepower when activated Ram- air) at 14000 rpm and maximum torque of 155 Nm at 12500 rpm. Currently Kawasaki Ninja H2R remains the fastest super motorcycle in the world with a maximum speed of up to 400 km / h.
Regarding the selling price, the 2019 version of the Kawasaki H2R is listed at 55,000 USD in the US market. Thus, until the end of this year, H2R will be officially not on the Kawasaki production line. Instead, it is likely that the Japanese car brand is planning a new line of cars, replacing the H2R’s unique position.
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