Kawasaki UK and Kar Lee Design collaborated to design a set of liveries for the ZX-10RR based on retro paint schemes from the last four decades to commemorate the Ninja brand's 40th anniversary. The anniversary plates with the distinctive number and the anniversary logo are fitted into the top yokes of each model in the new commemorative edition, which is limited to 40 units. Furthermore, each motorcycle will be a Performance Edition, with features such as a tank pad, smoked windshield, pillion seat cover, and Akrapovi muffler. Customers will also receive a Ninja keychain commemorating the company's 40th anniversary, a personalised bike cover, and a paddock stand. Price-wise, the model costs GBP 26,599 (about Rs 27.7 lakh, tax-free) in the UK. Here's everything you need to know about this limited-run model with unique liveries that enhance the appearance of the supersport.
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR Anniversary Edition: Three New Colourways
The 2024 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR retains the same design, but it comes in more eye-catching paint jobs now. The Metallic Eventide color option, which combines shades of pink and purple, is the first one. The second paint job comprises Pearly Alpine White, Sunbeam Red, and Lime Green. In this, the bike has a green fairing with red highlights on the side, rear seat panels, fuel tank, and fascia. Last but not least, Lime Green, Pearly Alpine White, and Blue 36 make up the third colour.
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR Anniversary Edition: Mechanical Parts and Features
For propulsion, the motorcycle employs a 998cc inline four-cylinder engine that produces a maximum power output of 210bhp and 111Nm. The motor is equipped with a bi-directional quickshifter and is connected to a six-speed gearbox. Features-wise, the new Ninja ZX-10RR includes cruise control, ABS, engine brake control, cornering management, traction control, launch control, ride modes (sport, road, rain, and ride), and more.
2024 Kawasaki KX 85, KLX 300R Dirt Bikes Introduced in India
Kawasaki India recently introduced two redesigned versions of its dirt motorcycles - the KX 85 and the KLX 300R. These 2024 versions are completely built-up units, which cost Rs 4.20 lakh and Rs 5.60 lakh, respectively. These are ex-showroom prices. Talking about these dirt motorcycles' performances, the 2024 KX 85 motorcycle is driven by an 84cc single, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 2-stroke engine with a 6-speed gearbox, while the KLX 300R is powered by a 292cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke engine paired with a 6-speed transmission. Both motorcycles are available in a single Lime Green colour.