The Kawasaki Ninja H2 is still the only production motorcycle to have force-induction or supercharged engine. And now, for 2019, Kawasaki has updated the Ninja H2 by a fair bit which now makes it the most powerful production motorcycle in the world. The 2019 model of the Ninja H2 now makes 230 bhp instead of the earlier 200 bhp, thanks to updates in the ECU, air intakes, spark-plugs and the air filter as well. Kawasaki says that the motorcycle remains Euro IV compliant and retains its fuel efficiency ratings as well. The torque on the bike too goes up by 8.2 Nm for a total of 141.7 Nm of peak torque. The good part is that the motorcycle still retains its wet weight of 238 kg.
Other updates to the bike include new Bridgestone tyres, Brembo's top-spec Stylema callipers which first made an appearance on the Panigale V4, a new TFT screen that has Bluetooth connectivity and kawasaki's Rideology app as well. The app shows information such as riding logs, service interval updates, fuel levels and so on.
The final update to the motorcycle is the new 'self-healing' paint scheme. The paint will heal small scratches and nicks itself when exposed to warm climate or a little bit of heat. Rather cool we say! All these updates will make their way to the Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon as well.