Barely three weeks ahead of its global unveil, French motorcycle magazine MotoJournal has released a rendering of the highly anticipated Kawasaki Ninja H2. The rendering on the magazine’s front cover is based on the silhouette of the motorcycle which was shown in the fourth teaser.
With a massive fuel tank and a narrow tail section, the rendered motorcycle is in tune with the Japanese manufacturer’s ‘mass forward, minimalist tail’ philosophy. Kawasaki had previously hinted that the Ninja H2 will be the fastest production motorcycle in the world, with speculations suggesting that it will employ a 1000cc powertrain. This engine will be based on the supercharged four-cylinder engine concept that the company had previewed at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show. The Ninja H2 will replace the ZX-14R as the flagship motorcycle and is expected to produce more than 240bhp.
A few days ago, the Japanese manufacturer released the fifth teaser of the motorcycle, hinting at the return of its iconic emblem. While the next teaser is scheduled to be revealed on September 16, the motorcycle will make its first public appearance at the INTERMOT show in Cologne, Germany, on September 30.