Kawasaki Z650RS: at EICMA 2021 an example of style with references to tradition [PHOTO]

The new Kawasaki Z650RS , an example characterized by classic lines with sporty hints, is visible during the 2021 edition of EICMA , the International Two-wheelers Exhibition.   Kawasaki Z650RS The look recalls the past of the panoramic Z with a symbiosis between retro-style lines and more contemporary features, attracting the attention of colors reminiscent of the iconic Z650-B1 launched in 1977 , equally known as the "daughter of the Z1" , but even the new generations of enthusiasts. A reference to the Z650-B1, looking for example at the paint and graphics that reproduce the historic green variant. Other references are the side panels and the "duck tail" A round LED headlight is highlighted and equally distinctive is the analog-style “bullet” -shaped instrument cluster with a digital center panel. The aesthetic and technical framework also includes golden-colored alloy spoked wheels and, through a range of original Kawasaki accessories, it is still possible to customize the specimen. The model is linked to the Metallic Spark Black , Candy Emerald Green and Metallic Moondust Gray - Ebony colors , also noting a careful attention to detail by observing the saddle and the matching stitching.    Technical aspects The specimen features a tubular trellis frame. The suspension part includes traditional 41 mm forks at the front, while in the rear area a Kawasaki horizontal link solution that operates on a shock absorber with adjustable preload. The braking system is made up of retro-styled 300mm discs at the front flanked by dual-piston front calipers, while a 200mm disc with single-piston solution is featured at the rear. Also present is an advanced Bosch ABS. The saddle is present at a height of 820 mm with an optional lowered saddle to 800 mm, proposed as an accessory. There is also a tapered central section, facilitating the resting of the feet on the asphalt and maneuvers from a standstill.    Powerplant The bike is equipped with an advanced 649 cm³ Kawasaki parallel twin-cylinder , liquid-cooled and linked to the most recent Z650 and Ninja 650 models. The power reaches 68 horsepower (50.2 kW) and the availability of a variant from 35 kW for A2 license holders. The model is equipped with assisted clutch and slipper.

The new Kawasaki Z650RS , an example characterized by classic lines with sporty hints, is visible during the 2021 edition of EICMA , the International Two-wheelers Exhibition.

Kawasaki Z650RS

The look recalls the past of the panoramic Z with a symbiosis between retro-style lines and more contemporary features, attracting the attention of colors reminiscent of the iconic Z650-B1 launched in 1977 , equally known as the "daughter of the Z1" , but even the new generations of enthusiasts.

A reference to the Z650-B1, looking for example at the paint and graphics that reproduce the historic green variant. Other references are the side panels and the "duck tail"

A round LED headlight is highlighted and equally distinctive is the analog-style “bullet” -shaped instrument cluster with a digital center panel. The aesthetic and technical framework also includes golden-colored alloy spoked wheels and, through a range of original Kawasaki accessories, it is still possible to customize the specimen.

The new Kawasaki Z650RS , an example characterized by classic lines with sporty hints, is visible during the 2021 edition of EICMA , the International Two-wheelers Exhibition.   Kawasaki Z650RS The look recalls the past of the panoramic Z with a symbiosis between retro-style lines and more contemporary features, attracting the attention of colors reminiscent of the iconic Z650-B1 launched in 1977 , equally known as the "daughter of the Z1" , but even the new generations of enthusiasts. A reference to the Z650-B1, looking for example at the paint and graphics that reproduce the historic green variant. Other references are the side panels and the "duck tail" A round LED headlight is highlighted and equally distinctive is the analog-style “bullet” -shaped instrument cluster with a digital center panel. The aesthetic and technical framework also includes golden-colored alloy spoked wheels and, through a range of original Kawasaki accessories, it is still possible to customize the specimen. The model is linked to the Metallic Spark Black , Candy Emerald Green and Metallic Moondust Gray - Ebony colors , also noting a careful attention to detail by observing the saddle and the matching stitching.    Technical aspects The specimen features a tubular trellis frame. The suspension part includes traditional 41 mm forks at the front, while in the rear area a Kawasaki horizontal link solution that operates on a shock absorber with adjustable preload. The braking system is made up of retro-styled 300mm discs at the front flanked by dual-piston front calipers, while a 200mm disc with single-piston solution is featured at the rear. Also present is an advanced Bosch ABS. The saddle is present at a height of 820 mm with an optional lowered saddle to 800 mm, proposed as an accessory. There is also a tapered central section, facilitating the resting of the feet on the asphalt and maneuvers from a standstill.    Powerplant The bike is equipped with an advanced 649 cm³ Kawasaki parallel twin-cylinder , liquid-cooled and linked to the most recent Z650 and Ninja 650 models. The power reaches 68 horsepower (50.2 kW) and the availability of a variant from 35 kW for A2 license holders. The model is equipped with assisted clutch and slipper.

The model is linked to the Metallic Spark Black , Candy Emerald Green and Metallic Moondust Gray - Ebony colors , also noting a careful attention to detail by observing the saddle and the matching stitching.

Technical aspects

The specimen features a tubular trellis frame. The suspension part includes traditional 41 mm forks at the front, while in the rear area a Kawasaki horizontal link solution that operates on a shock absorber with adjustable preload. The braking system is made up of retro-styled 300mm discs at the front flanked by dual-piston front calipers, while a 200mm disc with single-piston solution is featured at the rear. Also present is an advanced Bosch ABS.

The new Kawasaki Z650RS , an example characterized by classic lines with sporty hints, is visible during the 2021 edition of EICMA , the International Two-wheelers Exhibition.   Kawasaki Z650RS The look recalls the past of the panoramic Z with a symbiosis between retro-style lines and more contemporary features, attracting the attention of colors reminiscent of the iconic Z650-B1 launched in 1977 , equally known as the "daughter of the Z1" , but even the new generations of enthusiasts. A reference to the Z650-B1, looking for example at the paint and graphics that reproduce the historic green variant. Other references are the side panels and the "duck tail" A round LED headlight is highlighted and equally distinctive is the analog-style “bullet” -shaped instrument cluster with a digital center panel. The aesthetic and technical framework also includes golden-colored alloy spoked wheels and, through a range of original Kawasaki accessories, it is still possible to customize the specimen. The model is linked to the Metallic Spark Black , Candy Emerald Green and Metallic Moondust Gray - Ebony colors , also noting a careful attention to detail by observing the saddle and the matching stitching.    Technical aspects The specimen features a tubular trellis frame. The suspension part includes traditional 41 mm forks at the front, while in the rear area a Kawasaki horizontal link solution that operates on a shock absorber with adjustable preload. The braking system is made up of retro-styled 300mm discs at the front flanked by dual-piston front calipers, while a 200mm disc with single-piston solution is featured at the rear. Also present is an advanced Bosch ABS. The saddle is present at a height of 820 mm with an optional lowered saddle to 800 mm, proposed as an accessory. There is also a tapered central section, facilitating the resting of the feet on the asphalt and maneuvers from a standstill.    Powerplant The bike is equipped with an advanced 649 cm³ Kawasaki parallel twin-cylinder , liquid-cooled and linked to the most recent Z650 and Ninja 650 models. The power reaches 68 horsepower (50.2 kW) and the availability of a variant from 35 kW for A2 license holders. The model is equipped with assisted clutch and slipper.

The saddle is present at a height of 820 mm with an optional lowered saddle to 800 mm, proposed as an accessory. There is also a tapered central section, facilitating the resting of the feet on the asphalt and maneuvers from a standstill.

Powerplant

The bike is equipped with an advanced 649 cm³ Kawasaki parallel twin-cylinder , liquid-cooled and linked to the most recent Z650 and Ninja 650 models. The power reaches 68 horsepower (50.2 kW) and the availability of a variant from 35 kW for A2 license holders. The model is equipped with assisted clutch and slipper.

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