- To gain new ECU and upgraded brakes
- Rideology app compatible
- Will get new self-healing paint
Kawasaki has revealed that the 2019 Ninja H2 will develop 230 horsepower. The hyper bike will also gain a slew of technological upgrades and a new ‘self-healing’ paint.
The new Ninja H2 will continue to be powered by a supercharged inline four engine. However, it will gain the new ECU from the Ninja H2 SX SE sports tourer along with other upgrades, which will bump the power up to 230 horsepower. It will also get the upgraded Brembo Stylema brake system from the H2 SX SE. The bike will also feature a 'self-healing' paint which can fix scratches and scuffs on its own. The instrumentation will get a TFT screen, again from the Ninja H2 SX SE, with the addition of ‘Rideology’ app. This app allows the bike to be paired with your phone to allow a slew of calling and multimedia functions.
The new Ninja H2 is expected to be debut at the 2019 EICMA Show in Italy, later this year. It will go sale early next year, although it might be a while before it ends up on our shores.