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2022 Kawasaki Z900 gets 50th Anniversary Edition in red color from the 80’s


Kawasaki launched in Europe the ’50th Anniversary’ edition of the 2022 Z900, in celebration of the 50 years of the ‘Z’ line, which arrives in red color in a tone of the Z-GP motorcycles of the 80’s.

In addition, the model gained red wheels, dark blue graphics with silver details and golden emblem, Kawasaki logo and front forks.

According to the brand, this red color called ‘Firecracker Red’ was used on the Z1100GP, the dominant air-cooled Z model in the 1980s. This shade of red was also used on the legendary GPZ900R, and was Kawasaki’s signature color of the time.

Finally, the 2022 Z900 50th Anniversary Edition gets a special leather-textured seat distinct from the standard model, plus a commemorative ‘Z 50th’ logo on the front fender.

2022 z900 50th anniversary edition

In terms of mechanics, there is no change. It continues with the same specifications as the standard model, with a 948 cm³ in-line 4-cylinder engine.

How is the Kawasaki 2022 Z900

The 2022 Kawasaki Z900 has the brand’s latest Sugomi styling, with an aggressive look and well defined angles. There are lots of ‘Z’ shaped cutouts as well as robust fairings around the tank and radiator that enhance the bike’s aggressive look and poise.

The model features Full-LED lighting, 4.3″ color TFT panel, Smartphone connectivity, KTRC Traction Control System and Integrated Riding Modes.

In addition, it features Power Modes, ABS KIBS, adjustable suspensions with 41mm inverted front fork and slip-assisted clutch.

The 2022 Kawasaki Z900 has a liquid-cooled, 948cc in-line 4-cylinder engine capable of generating up to 92.2 kW (125 HP) of maximum power at 9,500 rpm, and 98.6 Nm / 10.1kgfm of torque at 7,700 rpm. The transmission is 6-speed, the fuel tank capacity is 17 liters and the Kerb weight is 212 kg.

It will be available from March 2022 in the UK starting from £ 9,799 (about US $ 13,273).

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