Kawasaki and Yamaha are working together on a water generator

And while most motorcycle manufacturers are turning to the development of electric motors, some are investing heavily in alternative fuels with bio-renewable characteristics.

Kawasaki has been working on a hydrogen engine for a long time.

Despite that, the president of the Japanese company, Hiroi, has already confirmed that three new electric motorcycles are planned for the global launch this year, the development of hydrogen generators is still the main priority.

However, an interesting twist follows, as Yamaha has decided to join forces with Kawasaki to work together to develop the said unit.

The new collaboration will further encourage the development of a new engine to be used for future models.

Kawasaki has been focused on hydrogen as the next-generation energy source since 2010 and has since developed technologies to produce, transport and use hydrogen along the supply chain.

According to available information, Honda and Suzuki are also expected to join the project in the near future.


Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.

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