In this ever changing world where a few are driven by the need for speed, there have been many vehicles offered that can boost a person's adrenaline to the limit.
In the two-wheeler world, the challenge of creating the fastest bike has been taken up by many manufacturers. The latest champion was the Suzuki Hayabusa, which had a mind-blowing top speed of 248 mph (397 km/h).
The Japanese manufacturer has always had competitors on its tail battling to snatch the crown away. That very crown may be stolen in a few days.
Kawasaki has finally come up with something not just out of the box, but quite close to something out of this world. The Kawasaki Ninja H2.
There have been multiple teasers for this motorcycle, but things came to light finally when the motorcycle was showcased during Intermot.
The supercharged (yes, supercharged!) Kawasaki Ninja H2 is powered by an inline, 4-cylinder, four-stroke engine. The liquid-cooled, supercharged engine is the first of its kind in the motorcycle world. The supercharged Ninja could reach speeds up to 250 mph or 400 km/h, quite literally breaking the laws of aerodynamics!
Two versions of this supercharged motorcycle are available, the de-tuned road version that produces 200 hp and the track version, the H2R which makes a boggling 300 hp!
Kawasaki has not revealed many details about numbers or figures the motorcycle produces, but here is something to assure speed junkies that Kawasaki means business!