The new Kawasaki ZX-4R is coming, launching soon

Kawasaki ZX-25R is an extremely attractive machine, which takes us back to the glorious times of four-cylinder models from the eighties and nineties of the last century.

But as things stand, a new tempting machine from a Japanese company is waiting for us soon. It is a version with a 400 cc engine, which should contain the appeal of the original ZXR400 from 1990.

Rumors about the mentioned model first appeared during the global presentation of the ZX-25R itself. But this is not an empty story, because the allegations from Japan confirm that the ZX-4R is really in the plans of a renowned manufacturer.

Moreover, Kawasaki filed a patent in 2019, which shows a design stating that it is “preferably applied to a motorcycle that has a four-cylinder engine of 400 cubic meters.”

Based on the render you see here, it is expected that the upcoming ZX-4R will have the same components as the existing ZX-25R, including a tubular steel frame and so-called. “Banana” rear fork.

According to media reports, the ZX-4R will have a redesigned front end and headlights, largely inspired by the latest ZX-10R superbike, along with the color combination of the original ZXR400.

Since the ZX-25R delivers 50 hp at 15,500 rpm, the ZX-4R could get close to 80 “horsepower”.

Source: Moto Berza by

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