Kawasaki J Concept Three wheeled – Future Motorcycles

During the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show, Kawasaki Heavy Industries presents the motorcycle of the future with the “J” concept.
With the J concept , visitors to the fair will be given an imaginative and far-sighted look into the future of urban and suburban private means of transport.

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During the presentation of the “J” concept, Shigehiko Kiyama, president of KHI Motorcycles and Engine, J’s adaptability: “The J concept is a personal mobility system of the future that adjusts itself to the nature of the journey”. Due to the two front wheels, which roll in two separate guides, this transformation is possible to the all-rounder: Comfort mode with wide, front track for an upright seating position with plenty of overview in the city, sport mode with a narrow track for an aerodynamic seating position during sporty driving , The study uses the Gigacell developed by Kawasaki to drive the electric motor .

Yasushi Kawakami, Managing Director of Kawasaki Motors Europe, welcomes the creative thinking and vision behind the J concept and the resulting bi-modal transport platform: “Even though the Kawasaki J model is a concept motorcycle, the viewer gets far-reaching insights into the development of a wide variety of products Technologies at Kawasaki Heavy Industries. Like all Kawasaki fans worldwide, we look with great interest to the next steps of our imaginative development engineers. “

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