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14 Oct 2023
The hybrid motorcycle model, featuring a 451-cc petrol engine along with an electric motor, producing the power of 69 hp, will be available for sale from the second quarter of 2024.
Kawasaki has introduced the Ninja 7 Hybrid. The design of the Ninja 7 Hybrid is similar to its sibling, the Ninja 650, but the frame has been refined to accommodate the hybrid powertrain. The motorcycle features a TFT digital display screen that can connect to smartphones.
The Ninja 7 Hybrid is equipped with a 451 cc two-cylinder petrol engine along with an electric motor, generating a total power of 69 hp. This power is equivalent to large-displacement motorcycle in the under 700 cc segment. According to Kawasaki, the fuel consumption of the Ninja 7 Hybrid is comparable to that of a 250-cc motorcycle, all while offering acceleration capabilities similar to a 1,000-cc motorcycle thanks to its e-Boost feature.
Kawasaki’s hybrid motorcycle includes three riding modes: Sport-Hybrid, Eco-Hybrid and EV2. The engine integrates Start/Stop technology, and the transmission allows for automatic (AT) or manual (MT) selection. The electric motor is powered by a 48V battery in the middle of the trellis frame for weight distribution.
The first batch will be available from April 2024 in Europe. Kawasaki will announce the price of the Ninja 7 Hybrid close to its release date.
In early October, the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Kawasaki launched two small-sized electric bikes equivalent to 125 cc: the Ninja E-1 (sportsbike) and the Z E-1 (naked bike). Their respective prices are $10,000 and $9,500.
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