In 2021 Kawasaki Ninja 400 Hybrid Motorcycles Prototype Unveiled

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Japanese bike maker company Kawasaki has announced the  Kawasaki Ninja 400 hybrid motorcycle. The company claims that they will reveal this superbike by 2035. Kawasaki Ninja 400 would run on either fully electric or hybrid electric vehicles in the international market.


Kawasaki Ninja 400 hybrid electric motorcycle
In 2021 Kawasaki Ninja 400 unveiled its hybrid electric motorcycle in public

More about Kawasaki Ninja 400 Hybrid prototype

As expected the kawasaki ninja 400 prototype is going to appear as a hybrid electric motorcycle Ninja 400 comes with a parallel twin engine with a new tubular steel frame. It has a large electric motor. This large electric motor takes its energy from a 48V battery pack located under the seat.As per company report, the hybrid bike is equipped with a regenerative feature that charges the battery when low on charge. Another interesting feature of this bike is that within city limits, the motorcycles would run on a lithium ion battery and electric motor, cutting power from the combination  engine. These features will be very helpful for some cities to introduce zero emission zones  in future.

Automatic Transmission

The company said that the hybrid prototype bike is linked with GPS technology that automatically switches to electric power as soon as the bike enters city limits. The motorcycle will take the energy from both the combustion engine and electric motor that increase its range.  The entire system is connected with an automated transmission system with buttons for gear shifts. The bike comes with an automated clutch and a  servo operated shifter that enables gear shifts through push button changes. It has also a pair of telescopic front forks and rear mono-shock supporting the tubular steel frame. The bike has a single disc brake on both wheels that is connected with dual-channel ABS.

They have not confirmed its launch date . We will not be surprised if this hybrid motorcycle launches within this year. Kawasaki is not likely to bring their hybrid motorcycles to India because hybrid vehicles are not considered in the country hence don’t enjoy the same benefits under the FAME ll policies.

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