- First image of the 2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2 street version, with a lower windscreen, different upper fairing and larger exhaust canister. Proving its street-legal credentials are the license plate carrier out back and mirrors up front, the latter replacing the H2R’s wing-like bodywork.
- Promotional image of the Kawasaki Ninja H2R
- The most dramatic pieces of the Kawasaki Ninja H2's carbon fiber bodywork are the wing-like, downward sloping fins flanking the windscreen and mid fairing. Wind tunnel design also played a hand in the carbon fiber cowling/upper fairing, which channels air
- Kawasaki has laid down the forced induction Superbike gauntlet with a staggering 300 hp claim with the supercharged Kawasaki H2R.
- Wind tunnel design played a hand in the Kawasaki H2R's carbon fiber cowling/upper fairing, which channels air into the Ram Air duct and supercharger.
- Kawasaki bills the Ninja H2R as a closed-course production model, with a street version promised for the EICMA show.
- The H2’s headlining 300 hp claim is made possible by the use of forced induction. Developed in-house with assistance from KHI’s aerospace division, a centrifugal supercharger (red component) feeds the H2’s liquid-cooled Inline Four.