2021 Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX Could Get Radar-Based Assistance Systems

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The automobile industry is in no mood to slack now. Almost all brands are working on their new machines, which are most certainly going to be equipped with more sophisticated features than their existing ones. Ace motorcycle making company Kawasaki is no different. The Japanese brand is currently working on developing the new generation Ninja H2 SX. If the buzz is to be believed, then one can expect the two-wheeler to be out by the end of this year.

According to a report in Rush Lane, the Ninja H2 SX has already been spotted in Japan. One of the most anticipated features of this two-wheeler is the radar-based assistance systems. In the image, one can spot a small camera that has been placed at the lower section of the windscreen. From the looks of it, one can safely assume that this is for the radar-based system. Furthermore, a tiny sensor is also seen under the headlight. One of the reasons why this vehicle is awaited by many bike enthusiasts is because of the radar-based adaptive cruise control, that the machine is going to house.

Other important features of the upcoming Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX include a fully digital TFT instrument cluster, a safety kit that includes an adaptive distance and speed control, a collision warning and a blind spot assistant. In terms of design, some very evident changes have been made to the front of the upcoming bike. This perhaps has been done to include a camera, sensors and air ducts.

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From what is known till now, there will not be a lot of changes in terms of the hardware of the bike. For power, the two-wheeler will be dependent on a Euro-5 compliant 998cc Liquid-cooled, In-Line Four-cylinder engine which will generate 200 PS of power and 137.3 Nm of peak torque. Currently, there is no news regarding the launch in India.