Ninja 1000 ABS Reference exhibits
The Ninja 1000 ABS combines the appeal of a supersport machine with the real-world versatility of a daily rider. Retuned for 2014, the new model’s liquid-cooled 1,043 cm3 In-Line Four engine pumps out strong low- and mid-range acceleration, and the nimble handling is even more responsive. It benefits from the latest electronics, including KTRC, an advanced traction control system offering three modes to chose from, and two selectable Power Modes, allowing the rider to select the desired engine power characteristics depending on riding conditions. The styling is pure Ninja: aggressive, dynamic and unmistakably Kawasaki. An adjustable windscreen and newly designed, integrated panniers (accessory) give the Ninja 1000 ABS exceptional versatility.
WPNinja 400 ABS Special Edition Reference exhibits
The Ninja 400 is an all-round middleweight sport model that offers a perfect balance of lively performance and high comfort. From its angular headlight and angle-adjustable windscreen to the under-engine muffler and short tail cowl, the Ninja 400’s aggressive styling exemplifies the bike’s sportiness. The liquid-cooled 399 cm3 Parallel Twin engine is specially tuned for responsive low- and mid-rpm range power and delivers direct throttle response across the rpm range. A newly designed double-pipe perimeter frame gives the Ninja 400 slim lines, and matching suspension settings give a smooth ride and lightweight handling. Liquid crystal instrumentation with LED backlighting looks great and is easy to read, while the deeply padded seat makes even long days in the saddle seem short.
Ninja 250 Special Edition ABS Reference exhibits
This all-round sport model is specially designed for the active rider. Running a high-rigidity diamond frame, this rider-friendly Ninja offers superb handling qualities. Power comes from a compact and lightweight liquid-cooled 248 cm3 Parallel Twin engine tuned for responsive low- and mid-range torque, with plenty of smooth horsepower at high rpm. In addition to sharing the aggressive styling of the other Ninjas, the Ninja 250’s chassis boasts a level of quality not found in other 250 class machines. Special Edition features include sporty, high-quality graphics on the cowling and red accent stripes on the wheel rims.
Z1000 ABS Reference exhibits
Sugomi is the term that best describes the revolutionary new Z1000. This hot-blooded Naked sport model flaunts its stunning styling and exciting handling qualities. A low-mounted headlight with four LED bulbs, accentuated by a high, angular fuel tank and sharply aggressive tail cowl give the Z1000 a predatory stance. One look at its dynamic form tells you that this is a bike that eats weaker machines for breakfast. Traffic-humbling acceleration and razor-sharp throttle response come courtesy of a liquid-cooled 1,043 cm3 In-Line Four engine. The carefully crafted intake sound adds to the excitement. With advanced SFF-BP front suspension and a mass-centralised design, the Z1000’s unique chassis layout delivers direct, sporty handling guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
Z800 Reference exhibits
Superior performance and fierce, aggressive styling have made the Z800 one of the most popular Naked sport models in Europe. As if crafted by knife stroke, the multi-faceted front cowl and angular headlights express the Z800’s predatory character. Radical shrouding, a minimalist tail section and tight-fitting under-cowl enhance the bike’s condensed, mass-forward stance. A powerful, liquid-cooled 806 cm3 In-Line Four engine pumps out hard-hitting acceleration across the rev range. And a high-rigidity tubular backbone frame delivers the lightweight, rider-responsive handling that makes the Z800 so much fun to ride.
Z250 Currently available
Gutsy, tough and styled to catch attention, this lightweight Naked sport model has the performance to match its looks. Featuring the aggressive look of the larger Z-series machines and running a high-quality chassis and bodywork, the Z250 has the fit and finish of larger, more expensive machines. Rider-friendly handling comes courtesy of a lightweight and rigid steel-tube diamond frame, while an upright riding position and wide handlebars give easy manoeuvrability. Powered by a fuel-efficient, liquid-cooled 248 cm3 Parallel Twin engine, the Z250 delivers plenty of low- and mid-range response, with surprisingly smooth power at high rpm. Whether zipping around town during the week or carving up the twisties at the weekend, the Z250 does it all in style.
WPESTRELLA Reference exhibits
Combining retro style with modern technology creates a fun-to-ride motorcycle. The ESTRELLA’s chromed fenders and exhaust system are perfectly complemented by the buffed engine cases and eye-catching tank badge. Classic lines, understated good looks and a mature personality — the ESTRELLA is an elegant machine for sophisticated riders. A gutsy 249 cm3 air-cooled Single engine pumps out plenty of responsive torque at low and medium rpm. Mounted in a slim, lightweight chassis, the result is a friendly bike that’s as easy to ride as it is to look at. Two versions are displayed: café style with accessory bikini cowl; and touring style with accessory windscreen, retro seat, and panniers.
WPESTRELLA Cafe Style Reference exhibits

WPESTRELLA Touring Style Reference exhibits

Ninja ZX-10R WSB Racer Reference exhibits
The baddest Ninja of them all, the ZX-10R was specially developed to dominate the race track. And it did just that this year, winning the 2013 Superbike World Championship in the hands of Tom Sykes. Over the course of 14 rounds Tom Sykes and his ultra-fast Ninja ZX-10R took eight poles and won nine races to win the title with a 23-point advantage over his closest rival. Based on the production model, this racer also contests the All Japan Road Race Championship and other series. Loaded with advanced technology, this pure racing machine also serves as a test bed for developing new technologies for Kawasaki street machines.
KX450F AMA SX/MX Racer Reference exhibits
KX dirt bikes dominate off-road racing. These tough, fast machines are designed for one purpose only: to win races. The KX racers feature the latest engine and chassis technologies and have been winning races around the world for 40 years. In the most prestigious off-road racing series, the AMA Supercross and Motocross Championships held in America, KX racers are consistently at the front and on the podium. In this season’s Supercross Championship Ryan Villopoto riding a KX450F won 10 of 17 events to take his third AMA Supercross title in a row. He also dominated the AMA Motocross Championship, winning 19 of 24 races. Two prestigious titles, one incredible motorcycle — the KX450F.
WPJ Others
Using a battery cell as a power source, the “J” 3-wheel electric vehicle is a new personal mobility system that adapts to the type of travel required. Comfort Mode offers a relaxed riding position for city riding, while Sport Mode allows the rider to become one with the vehicle for fun sport riding.
WPSupercharged Engine Reference exhibits
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. also has a long history of developing technologies for turbine engines. The lifeblood of these turbines is their blades, which need to be able to cope with extreme heat and vibration while spinning at high speeds. Know-how from years of designing turbine engine blades was instilled in the first supercharger developed by a motorcycle manufacturer. And of course, designing a motorcycle-use supercharged engine in-house means that maximum efficiency could be pursued.