Kawasaki is incessantly innovating its products. This time, the Japanese manufacturer introduced a uniquely designed motorcycle named Ninja H2 HySE. This motorcycle utilizes a hydrogen-powered prototype, deviating slightly in design from the Ninja H2 SX, which runs on gasoline. A noticeable difference lies in the bulging side panel to accommodate the hydrogen fuel tank.
This technology, replacing the gasoline fuel type, results from a collaboration among Kawasaki, Honda, Yamaha, and Suzuki. The fairing section appears larger, enhancing its readiness for long-distance rides or touring.
The Ninja H2 HySE is slated to participate in the Dakar Rally in early 2024. As it remains in prototype form, this motorcycle is not yet available for sale in the market. Testing for the Ninja H2 HySE is scheduled for 2025. It’s intriguing to see whether the motorcycle will eventually enter mass production or not.