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A new Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4R is now one of the most anticipated sportbike releases of 2022.

Expected engine specs

The model is expected to arrive as a sportbike equipped with an inline-four,400cc engine with a 16 valve DOHC cylinder head. 

No doubt, having an inline-four engine will have low vibration, low noise. And high torque in this all-new sports bike.


But until now, there has been little information about the bike’s release date. Apart from the rumours it will arrive in November 2021.

Renderings from the Japanese magazine Young Machine shows the all-new Ninja ZX-4R will have a more “Japanesque” look. 

By the way, the body and ZX fit with other sports motorcycles of this kind in size and lines. 

However, the rumours are strong as the ZX-4R powerplant will be identical to the ZX-25R.

It will have the built-in air intake duct integrated with the fairing. Well the benefit the air that surrounds the radiator goes directly to the motor.


Electronic package

Additionally, this allows cooling the powerplant better without a need to enlarge the size of the radiator.

Further, we also see that the electronic package will arrive from the ZX-25R. And it consists of the freewheel, rear horizontal backlink suspension, front suspension and it can adjusted to 3 levels. 

It will also have kawasaki traction control, slipper, ABS, quick shifter, modes, and assist clutch.

However, many insiders say the release date of the all-new Ninja ZX-4R would probably be in October or November of this year. 

The information on the all-new Ninja ZX-4R comes rumoured.And there are already changes to be seen on it. 

At present, it is understood that most of these can improve performance and can change a lot.

Kawasaki has not yet announced the official name of the new machine. Early rumours pointed out that this machine would be called “Ninja 400 RR”. However we believe it will be ZX-4R.

If it arrives in November, it will be at EICMA 2021.

via Young Machine and Motorida


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