Former Kawasaki Chief Designer Shunji Tanaka has died at the age of 75

Shunji Tanaka, Kawasaki's former chief designer, has died at the age of 75. Many people may not be familiar with Kawasaki's pre-80s-90s bikes, pictured above is the first ER-6N. which he has designed with his own hands Of course, this includes other models such as the ZX-6R and ZX10R in the early models as well.    Back then, Shunji Tanaka made his name and introduced the world to Kawasaki in the 2000s as the peak of the motorcycle market and industry. Not only motorcycles, Tanaka was also Mazda's chief designer and the model became world-famous and well known to many, and is now known by many as the Miata. , the Eunos Roadster aka the MX-5. It doesn't have to look fancy, but it does make it very driver-friendly. Every time I look at it, I look happy because the car is designed to be cute. Twinkling lights attract girls Plus, still smiling all the time    Tanaka has left and has left a rich legacy in both the motorcycle and automotive industries. Both Kawasaki and Mazda continued what Tanaka had built, Kawaski built a sportbike that was more aggressive and sharp to meet the needs of the new, more aggressive rider, while Mazda built the MX-5. Make the sport look more suitable for adults.

Shunji Tanaka, Kawasaki's former chief designer, has died at the age of 75. Many people may not be familiar with Kawasaki's pre-80s-90s bikes, pictured above is the first ER-6N. which he has designed with his own hands Of course, this includes other models such as the ZX-6R and ZX10R in the early models as well.

Back then, Shunji Tanaka made his name and introduced the world to Kawasaki in the 2000s as the peak of the motorcycle market and industry. Not only motorcycles, Tanaka was also Mazda's chief designer and the model became world-famous and well known to many, and is now known by many as the Miata. , the Eunos Roadster aka the MX-5. 

Shunji Tanaka, Kawasaki's former chief designer, has died at the age of 75. Many people may not be familiar with Kawasaki's pre-80s-90s bikes, pictured above is the first ER-6N. which he has designed with his own hands Of course, this includes other models such as the ZX-6R and ZX10R in the early models as well.    Back then, Shunji Tanaka made his name and introduced the world to Kawasaki in the 2000s as the peak of the motorcycle market and industry. Not only motorcycles, Tanaka was also Mazda's chief designer and the model became world-famous and well known to many, and is now known by many as the Miata. , the Eunos Roadster aka the MX-5. It doesn't have to look fancy, but it does make it very driver-friendly. Every time I look at it, I look happy because the car is designed to be cute. Twinkling lights attract girls Plus, still smiling all the time    Tanaka has left and has left a rich legacy in both the motorcycle and automotive industries. Both Kawasaki and Mazda continued what Tanaka had built, Kawaski built a sportbike that was more aggressive and sharp to meet the needs of the new, more aggressive rider, while Mazda built the MX-5. Make the sport look more suitable for adults.

It doesn't have to look fancy, but it does make it very driver-friendly. Every time I look at it, I look happy because the bike is designed to be cute. Twinkling lights attract girls Plus, still smiling all the time.

Tanaka has left and has left a rich legacy in both the motorcycle and automotive industries. Both Kawasaki and Mazda continued what Tanaka had built, Kawaski built a sportbike that was more aggressive and sharp to meet the needs of the new, more aggressive rider, while Mazda built the MX-5. Make the sport look more suitable for adults.

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