The Kawasaki ZX-10RR is a limited-edition offering and for maintaining its exclusivity, only 500 units will be built.

The litre-class sports bike category has been seeing close competitions within the offerings and Kawasaki has always managed to be in top positions with the ZX-10R. The sharp design and handling dynamics set it apart from a majority of the competition. For the Kawasaki enthusiasts, we have a great news as now you can replace your old 10R’s with a new upgraded and special edition version, the ZX-10RR.

The special edition wants you to rush to the dealerships as soon as possible since only 500 units will come into existence and it will be the fastest litre-class motorcycle spawned by Japanese bike maker. For justifying its limited edition tag, every bit of the motorcycle has been lifted a notch up and it carries premium cycle parts all over. It will grab a lot of eyeballs with the body being shrouded in Winter edition matte black paint scheme. To make it move frantically on the track, it incorporates KQS quick shifter. The contact with the tarmac will be done by the Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP tyres having the Marchesini aluminium alloys cling into it.

Additional race kit accessories are available on offer for churning out enhanced performance on the track and the new cylinder set up will handle the high speeds much efficiently. As reported by the company, this limited edition ZX-10RR was 2 seconds quicker than the standard model while undergoing testing. This humongous power comes from the 998cc inline-four, liquid cooled motor which lays out 200 PS. This power will be boosted up by 10 PS due to the new engine set up.

The Kawasaki ZX-10RR was introduced by the manufacturer at the 2016 INTERMOT show and now, after being launched, it will cost Rs 20 lakhs in the Indian market. On the Indian shores, it is all set to throw the wraps off on 11 March 2017.

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