Kawasaki is likely to bring the 2023 Z900 RS Cafe to India in limited numbers.
Kawasaki has debuted the 2023 Z900 RS Cafe Racer in the Japanese market. While we are not sure about the details, the bikemaker could bring the motorcycle to our shores in limited numbers by next year.
Speaking of the changes in the new model year, the motorcycle comes with new paint schemes. Like the outgoing version, it is adorned in Metallic Diablo Black. However, in the new iteration, it comes with two golden pinstripes on the bubble fairing, fuel tank and rear fairing. Furthermore, even the Kawasaki logo is painted gold and the motorcycle gets blacked-out rims with golden pinstripes.
Mechanically, the motorcycle remains the same with its 948cc, inline-four engine that outputs 109bhp at 8,500rpm and 98.5Nm of torque at 6,500rpm. The motorcycle is based on a steel trellis frame and comes swith fully-adjustable USD forks and a monoshock at the rear that perform damping duties. In terms of features, the motorcycle gets a twin-pod instrument cluster that comes with analogue dials. There is also a tiny digital display that shows other vital readouts.
In the international markets, the motorcycle goes up against the likes of The Kawasaki Z900 RS Cafe Racer and will compete with the likes of the Triumph Thruxton R and the BMW Rnine T Racer.