Kawasaki Releasing New Retro 900cc Roadster– Z900RS
In the coming weeks, motorcycle enthusiasts, will be able to welcome the latest retro motorbike – Z900RS – from Kawasaki. The 900cc roadster is believed to take part in the tough competition against Yamaha XSR900 and Triumph Thruxton. Despite everyone’s anticipation, the supercharged version wouldn’t be launched until 2018. Rather exciting model this one from Kawasaki.
Furthermore, a Japanese sources have confirmed that the new motorbike, illustrated here in a computer-generated image using the very latest insider information, will herald a new range of retro Kawasaki models that draw upon the firm’s rich engineering heritage.
In addition, from what we can see from the pictures, Kawasaki Z900RS brings out unique vibes reminding of Japanese sport bike models from the 70s – particularly the famous Kawasaki Z1. The forthcoming Kawasaki Z900RS is going under the model designation ZR900B and has a newly designed liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder motor, along with 2 minimal gauges. Furthermore, the turning signals are integrated on the headlight.
It is also reported that the Z900 RS would also be shown at the Milan motorcycle show in November alongside a 675cc three-cylinder supercharged retro – quite possibly named H1 – using a chopped down version of the same motor and expected to go on sale in 2018.