Japaneses high performance sportsbike maker, Kawasaki is finally ready to launch Ninja H2 in India at an event on April 3 at the Buddh International Circuit on the outskirts of New Delhi. Looking to statistics, new Kawasaki Ninja H2 will be most powerful bike on Indian roads in upcoming days. It is expected to go premium on any on-road bike in India, with a price tag close to Rs. 32 lakh. As it was earlier reported that Kawasaki has already started advance booking for Ninja H2 earlier in the month of December last year.
Dealerships had started taking booking for the Ninja H2 for a sum of Rs 10 lakh, and have said to have already sold out the five odd units allocated for India. It is been said that the first batch of Ninja H2 has already arrived in India. IKM has imported less than 10 units of the Ninja H2 in India as completely built units (CBUs), and is most likely to place one at each of its standalone showrooms. Looking at the high tech advance feature of Ninja H2, it is equipped with state of the art technology. Form The combination of a forced induction engine to serious electronics including multi-mode traction control which makes the machine to deliver intense acceleration and high speed. Their is nothing what you can think of and it’s not having. It consist of Formula 1 and MotoGP inspired dog-ring transmission for Ninja H2. The incomi ng Ninja H2 marks Kawasaki’s seventh fully imported superbike in its India portfolio with the other six being the Ninja 1000, Ninja ZX-10R, Ninja ZX-14R, Versys 1000, Z1000 and Z800. The other four models are Ninja 300, Ninja 650, ER-6n and Z250, which are positioned in the growing midsized bike segment, are imported as completely knocked down units (CKDs) and are assembled at Bajaj Auto’s Akurdi (Pune) facility.
Kawasaki claims that with an extremely high power to weight ratio, the H2 delivers acceleration that a production motorcycle has never offered.Taking of the most amazing and eye catching feature of bike i.e. supercharger is self lubricating which has ceramic bearings and is driven by a planetary gear train that runs off the crankshaft. At maximum engine speed the impeller shaft spins at 1,30,000rpm. It is powered by 998cc a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke in-line four motor churns out a shattering 200PS. According to company maximum torque is claimed at 113.5Nm at 10,500rpm and certainly supercharger will definitely helps to broaden up the power output. And still after all this if you feel its not enough, then you can opt for the optional Ram Air that hikes the power output further to 210PS. The supercharged engine of Kawasaki Ninja H2 makes it to sprint 0-100 kmph in just 2.5 seconds, which gives a tough competition to Bugatti Veyron.