Kawasaki Spirit Charger Concept will retain the performance of a forced induction engine, will come with throttle by wire technology
Kawasaki has just shared this concept image at the Tokyo Motor Show and said that this is a computer-generated sketch of the model and it’s called the Concept SC 01 or Spirit Charger Concept. This motorcycle clearly says that the Kawasaki Spirit Charger Concept is not designed for such hardcore performance as the H2, and H2R.
Kawasaki Spirit Charger Concept will feature, sooner or later, a softer, more luxurious approach towards the motorcycle. Kawasaki is suggesting that the bike is more suitable for everyday performance and comfort. If, by any chance, this concept makes it to production then its game on. The Kawasaki Spirit Charger Concept will use a revised and balanced supercharged engine.
Kawasaki Spirit Charger Concept will retain the performance of a forced induction engine. However, it will end up providing better fuel economy thanks to clever throttle by wire technology. The tech is described as ‘electronically controlled flaps at the supercharger entrance, allowing the volume of intake air and airflow direction to be adjusted for increased efficiency.’
Kawasaki’s Motorcycle and Engineering Company announced a new ‘Rideology’ strategy. Kawasaki admits they need a machine to possess power and grace as with quackers of the past. Secondly, Kawasaki motorcycles should continue to be fun and rewarding to ride.
Last, but not the least, the ongoing closure within the entire Kawasaki Group harnessing cutting edge technology is helping to enrich the lives of people and motorcyclist worldwide.
Whatever all of these news ideas are from Kawasaki they are easier to decode. Kawasaki pretty much admits this is the first supercharged motorcycle and not the last. The rumoured S2 is context and there are chances that a 650cc engine motorcycle could come into play within a year or two.
Kawasaki for the H2 used to old engine from the Ninja 1000 and supercharged it, an engine of the older generation. Ninja 650 also belongs to the same Era. Things are not getting worse for sure, they are just getting epic!