Kawasaki ready for an impressive return to EICMA

Kawasaki confirmed its participation in this year’s EICMA fair, promising an impressive line of new models, but also exclusive announcements of future plans.

These plans include ambitious growth forecasts for the newly established company Kawasaki Motors, whose focus will be exclusively on two-wheelers.

One of the main goals is the goal of carbon neutrality, so the efforts aimed at that goal will be the biggest challenge in the future.

Kawasaki will explain his extremely optimistic plans for the future at EICMA. After the new company logo was adopted, the next goal is to present ten electric or hybrid motorcycles by 2025.

This is the model for 2022, all machines will be found on the Japanese company’s tando. Among the already announced motorcycles for 2022 will be the latest retro sports model, Z650RS, available in three color combinations.

There will be the new Z900SE and Z900RS SE Yellow Ball, as well as the always popular Z900, which will show the new color.

Kawasaki waited patiently to present the new models at the EICMA showroom. The wait is now over and we want to reward their patience with innovative models, leading in their categories, Kawasaki Motors said.

Our medium-term plans are set out in detail. EICMA is an ideal environment for discovering new models and plays an important role in returning to more normal times.

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

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