The all-electric Kawasaki Ninja 300 got revealed in the latest video released by the electric vehicle development team of the company. The company has claimed that the bike will have a 100 km range. It might be launched globally at the next year’s edition of EICMA.
All-electric Kawasaki Ninja 300 got revealed
Kawasaki electric vehicle development team has released a video of the upcoming electric Ninja recently. It resembles the Ninja 300 from every angle. The front fairing of the motorcycle, brakes, suspension and even the wheels look the same as the ones of the Ninja. But a big change is that the electric Ninja will come bolted on a trellis frame when compared to the diamond type frame on the IC engine powered Ninja 300.
The frame of the electric Ninja will house a huge battery pack, while the electric motor is located just below it. This bike features a conventional transmission system that should make the richer experience of riding an electric bike. In the video, we can also see the thumb-operated energy recovery system. The prototype can be seen with an LCD screen whereas the production model might feature a fully colored TFT instrumentation.
We also can expect a fast DC charger with the electric Ninja 300 that can charge the EV within just a couple of hours. The company has claimed that the bike will get the performance of a mid-size displacement model and will have a 100 km range. Also, the top speed of the bike is expected to be a respectable triple-digit number. The all-electric Kawasaki Ninja 300 might make debut globally at the next year’s edition of EICMA.
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