Kawasaki for the future?

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When it comes to introducing all-new models packed with techie innovations, Kawasaki has been pretty quiet over the past couple of years. The Japanese company is, however, seeking technological innovations which may very well become part of its future model range, according to recent news reports. The most recent development suggests Kawasaki is especially interested in dual-sport platforms.


Kawasaki has recently obtained the services of the Institute for Applied Art and Design (IAAD), a renowned design institution in Torino, Italy, to come up with ideas and innovations that can be incorporated into future models by the company.


The talented minds at the IAAD have managed to come up with quite a unique concept-one that should elevate the versatility of the good old dual-sport motorcycle even further. Kawasaki Adaptive offers a range of settings that can be adjusted based on the environment.


Essentially, this means that a future motorcycle which boasts Kawasaki Adaptive technology can be oriented in different ways according to the terrain or kind of riding. You could have a comfortable sports-tourer for highway cruising, and then shorten its wheelbase and stiffen its suspension to make the ride more sporty on long twisty roads. Furthermore, it could also expand its suspension travel so that it could operate off-road. Wow, talk about versatility.


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Furthermore, if you take a close look at the Adaptive's design, you cannot deny that it very much resembles what a future iteration of Team Green's popular adventure-tourer, the Versys, could look like in the future. It does note, however, that such technological advances could influence future models, no matter whether Kawasaki produces the Adaptive per se.


In his optimistic view of the Adaptive concept, Kuwasaki Sales Director, Sergio Vicarelli said: “With its innovative design, attention to detail, and high-quality technology, the Adaptive makes an impression, rather than remaining unnoticed without adapting to the road ahead.”


In closing, he added: "It is always a pleasure to work with new and fresh ideas, and the guys (IAAD) have done an excellent job with many stimuli that will be given to Kawasaki's motorcycle design team."


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