BIMOTA TESI H2 CROSSOVER | New version of the supercharged Bimota announced

 At EICMA 2021, Bimota announced a new version of the Tesi in an interview. A crossover version is obvious.

In an interview at EICMA 2021, Bimota boss Pierluigi Marconi confirmed that the Tesi chassis and drive would be used for other model variants. A teaser image suggests a crossover version with the supercharged engine of the H2 SX. The time has come in 2023. Until then, the photo show shows the current Tesi H2.  The picture shown shows a high-shouldered tank, a large fairing and the iconic stub axle steering of the Bimota Tesi. The rear is long with a large luggage rack and possibly an integrated case holder. The exhaust is significantly higher than the well-known H2 variants from Kawasaki and Bimota. In the context of the clearly recognizable spoke rims, an adventure version of the Tesi H2 is more likely than a pure touring version. This is underlined by the generally higher vehicle height and the impression that a 19-inch spoked rim is turning more at the front than a 17-inch wheel. Regardless of the configuration: 200-compressor hp on four Kawasaki cylinders will also move these Bimota confidently at any time and with the Kawa feature of the new radar in the H2 SX SE brand new technology is directly available for Bimota.  CONCLUSION With Kawasaki's money and know-how in the back, it would be easy for Bimota to quickly expand the previously small and top model family. The two KB4 variants prove this and the announced new Tesi variant hits the same line. A Tesi in the popular adventure dress would be as new as it is courageous and important for Bimota.

In an interview at EICMA 2021, Bimota boss Pierluigi Marconi confirmed that the Tesi chassis and drive would be used for other model variants. A teaser image suggests a crossover version with the supercharged engine of the H2 SX. The time has come in 2023. Until then, the photo show shows the current Tesi H2.

The picture shown shows a high-shouldered tank, a large fairing and the iconic stub axle steering of the Bimota Tesi. The rear is long with a large luggage rack and possibly an integrated case holder. The exhaust is significantly higher than the well-known H2 variants from Kawasaki and Bimota. In the context of the clearly recognizable spoke rims, an adventure version of the Tesi H2 is more likely than a pure touring version. 

In an interview at EICMA 2021, Bimota boss Pierluigi Marconi confirmed that the Tesi chassis and drive would be used for other model variants. A teaser image suggests a crossover version with the supercharged engine of the H2 SX. The time has come in 2023. Until then, the photo show shows the current Tesi H2.  The picture shown shows a high-shouldered tank, a large fairing and the iconic stub axle steering of the Bimota Tesi. The rear is long with a large luggage rack and possibly an integrated case holder. The exhaust is significantly higher than the well-known H2 variants from Kawasaki and Bimota. In the context of the clearly recognizable spoke rims, an adventure version of the Tesi H2 is more likely than a pure touring version. This is underlined by the generally higher vehicle height and the impression that a 19-inch spoked rim is turning more at the front than a 17-inch wheel. Regardless of the configuration: 200-compressor hp on four Kawasaki cylinders will also move these Bimota confidently at any time and with the Kawa feature of the new radar in the H2 SX SE brand new technology is directly available for Bimota.  CONCLUSION With Kawasaki's money and know-how in the back, it would be easy for Bimota to quickly expand the previously small and top model family. The two KB4 variants prove this and the announced new Tesi variant hits the same line. A Tesi in the popular adventure dress would be as new as it is courageous and important for Bimota.

This is underlined by the generally higher vehicle height and the impression that a 19-inch spoked rim is turning more at the front than a 17-inch wheel. Regardless of the configuration: 200-compressor hp on four Kawasaki cylinders will also move these Bimota confidently at any time and with the Kawa feature of the new radar in the H2 SX SE brand new technology is directly available for Bimota.

CONCLUSION

With Kawasaki's money and know-how in the back, it would be easy for Bimota to quickly expand the previously small and top model family. The two KB4 variants prove this and the announced new Tesi variant hits the same line. A Tesi in the popular adventure dress would be as new as it is courageous and important for Bimota.

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