About Versys 1000 
The Versys 1000 will make a return to the Indian market at some point in 2019, and it has received a major update. Announced at EICMA in November 2018, Kawasaki revealed that the Versys has got more than just a styling update.
The chassis of the Versys 1000 remains the same, but the 1043cc four-cylinder engine now delivers 120bhp and 102Nm. You can have electronically controlled suspension on the SE variant, but even the standard Versys has fully adjustable suspension both front and rear. The brakes are equipped with KIBS, which is Kawasaki’s version of ABS that is linked to the six-axis IMU. Yes, that’s right – the Versys 1000 now has a six-axis IMU that helps the brakes, engine and traction control come together.
The SE with its electronic suspension control and Bluetooth connectivity will not come to the Indian market, but deliveries of the standard Versys 1000 should begin in the middle of 2019. It will be available in only a single colour, orange/black, and will compete with the likes of the BMW S1000 XR and Triumph Tiger 1200.