The company’s updated 2018 range is expected to reach European dealerships by the end of this year, followed by India arrival sometime later
Kawasaki has just introduced new colours for its 2018 model year big bike range. The company has revealed new shades and graphics for its six superbikes namely Ninja 650, Versys 1000, Ninja 1000 R, Ninja ZX-10R, Ninja ZX-14R and Ninja H2. Earlier, the company had updated its couple of motorcycles viz Z250 and Z900 with new colours. Initially, these new shades will be available in European markets.
Starting off with the 2018 Kawasaki Ninja 650, the middleweight sportsbike receive new graphics that come inspired from the Kawasaki Racing Team (KRT) replica in green and black. The punchy litre-class ZX-10R too, will now be offered in KRT-based paint scheme of green, grey and black.
The company’s Versys 1000 sports tourer will now be available at the company’s dealerships in all-new three dual tone colours. These will be candy fire red with metallic flat spark black & metallic spark black, metallic flat spark black with metallic spark black and lastly, candy lime green with metallic spark black. The company’s top-of-the-line sports tourer ZX-14R also sees a revision in colours and receive a new shade of metallic carbon grey with emerald blaze green. The performance version of the bike, that is being sold in International markets, get a vice versa paint scheme with emerald blazed green taking the command over metallic carbon grey.
The Kawasaki Ninja Z1000 R edition receive new and improved turning winkers. The motorcycle gets new colours of metallic matte carbon grey along with metallic spark black. Last but definitely not the least, the Kawasaki Ninja H2 hyper sportsbike will now be available in a new dual tone paint scheme of mirror coated black that pairs with a new matte black shade.
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As already mentioned, these new colours and graphics for the Kawasaki’s 2018 range will be available in the European markets sometime by the end of this year. Most of these will likely make their way to India soon after their global arrival.