Rudi says they will have enough supply arriving to cover existing deposits, most of which are for the street version.
“From a Kawasaki point of view I think the reason they made it is quite simply because they can,” he says. “They had the capacities in the different facets of the business to make a masterpiece. They pulled it all together simply because they can, which is great.
“I anticipate there will be demand for it as well. Build it and they will come.”
The Ninja H2 will cost $25,000 in the USA and $35,000 in New Zealand.
Rudi says they are not contemplating a H2R one-make racing series nor entering any existing race competitions. However, we can expect to see some private entries.