The Kawasaki Ninja H2R Is a 300 HP Carbon Fibre Rocket

The new 2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2 is a supercharged supersport class motorbike and features a 998 cc inline-four engine with supercharger, Kawasaki says will generate 300hp, around 50% more power than its nearest rival and could be in serious contention to beat the world speed record for a production bike currently held by the Suzuki Hayabusa.

The companies aerospace division made the carbon fibre bodywork, with the front fairing featuring distinctive winglets which have been designed to help move cooling air through the engine bay whilst producing much needed downforce, to keep your wheels on the road.


The bike was unveiled last month at the Intermot motorcycle trade show, Kawasaki announced that this race-only Ninja H2R will also have a street legal brother with lower power.