RideApart’s According, Kawasaki raced two electric motorcycles in the ‘Suzuka 8 Hours endurance race’ at the Suzuka circuit in Japan. During this, people not only got to see the design of both these electric bikes, but also got to hear their exhaust sound, which was quite loud for an electric motorcycle.
The report says that one of these prototypes is all-electric and the other a hybrid EV (HEV) project. While the design of the all-electric model was similar to the company’s Z range of bikes, the design of the hybrid model was somewhat similar to the Ninja series. There was also a difference in the size of both here, in which the size of the all-electric appeared smaller than the HEV model.
While Kawasaki hasn’t shared the name or specifications of the two projects, the report says that recently surfaced VIN decoder information suggests that the entry-level, all-electric model will make a maximum power of 14.8 horsepower. Will generate
It is a full-size electric motorcycle, but apart from this, in June this year, the two-wheeler maker launched an electric bike called Elektrode, which is a type of balance bike specially designed for children. . This e-bike is specially designed keeping in mind the kids of 3 to 8 years age group. The company claims that it can last for more than 150 minutes in a single charge. The price of Kawasaki Elektrode has been kept at $ 1,099 (about Rs 85,000).