Kawasaki electricity of the future has a name: E-BOOST

Kawasaki has protected the name E-BOOST, which it will use when it comes to future hybrid and electric motorcycles.

The latest patent is closely related to the Japanese company’s electric motorcycles, such as the electric Endeavor model, but also to hybrid projects that we have been able to hear about over the past months.

Previous electrical patents featured an interesting feature called the Boost Button, and a video presentation of the project featured a motorcycle with multiple modes of operation and different power settings, some of which are based on the type of road you ride.

The most important thing about the new patents is the fact that there is another indication that Kawasaki’s electricity (or at least, hybrid) future is around the corner.

At the moment, it is difficult to say how far work has progressed on the Japanese company’s hybrid motorcycle. The prototype was presented in November 2019, and since then we have had a handful of news about him, patents and pictures of the mentioned creation. Such a move, ie. registration of the name itself, is one of the final steps in the process itself. However, one should not be surprised if the next announcement regarding E-BOOST is not that the motorcycle is 100% ready for triti.

The company’s engineers are currently working on two platforms, one fully electric and the other hybrid, about which we have the only information through patents. And while it is true that the electric Endeavor prototype is a kind of testing ground, it is very likely that a good part of its technology will be found on a hybrid motorcycle.


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