Kawasaki Ninja 7 Hybrid

For A Greener Future

The world's first "strong hybrid" motorcycle offers riders a number of new riding experiences: a mid-size package with the instant acceleration of a 1,000cc-class supersport model from a standing start (with e-boost), fuel economy on par with the 250cc-class, and button-shift sport riding. With three different drive modes each offering a distinct riding character and numerous innovative features for riders to explore, the Ninja 7 Hybrid truly changes the game, ushering in a new era in riding experience.

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Prices below are for a Kawasaki Ninja 7 Hybrid in White including on the road costs.
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A taster of what is to come…. More detail to follow when released. Get your name on the list – NB. Specs may change!

Power Icon Power
Torque Icon Torque
Seat Height Icon Seat Height 795mm
Weight Icon Wet Weight 227kg

This is not the end of the combustion engine.

30 internal combustion engined models are due for 2024/5

At the heart of the Ninja 7 Hybrid is the innovative combination of a brand new 451cc parallel twin, water-cooled four stroke engine – complete with manual or automatically selected gears – and a traction motor plus battery; a futuristic combination that offers a number of new riding experiences plus an engine power of 43.5 kw rising to an impressive hybrid net power of 51.1kw thanks to “e-boost”.

While the electric, hybrid, and hydrogen-powered technology was the main thrust of Kawasaki’s presentation, the company reiterated that it isn’t giving up completely on gas-powered products, confirming it will introduce about 30 internal combustion engined motorcycles for the 2024 and 2025 model years.

One of these is this new Ninja Hybrid that is expected during 2024 that utilises a combination of a petrol internal combustion engine and an electric motor, switching seamlessly between the two when required.

All of this, whilst they are also furiously busy chasing the greener possibilities of Hydrogen powered motorcycle engines. A point to note that Kawasaki have been researching this for quite some time already. Having found an exceptionally green way in which to turn water into Hydrogen, they have also designed and produced containing vessels that will hold the gas at -256°C. The optimum storage temperature that reduces the volume of the gas 8 fold.


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Utilising a specially designed version of Kawasaki’s familiar trellis type chassis, the “packaging” of the gasoline engine and 9kw max traction motor reveals a compact twinned power unit with the 48V lithium ion battery near the centre point of the chassis to idealise weight distribution.

Standard Equipment

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For the meters, full-colour TFT instrumentation includes smartphone connectivity via a custom version of the RIDEOLOGY THE APP MOTORCYCLE contributing to an enhanced motorcycling experience.


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