market dynamics
Turn conventional wisdom on its head, and check out four motorcycles that are comparable to sports cars
Release date:2021.04.27

Boys love for car really unusual, like girls love cosmetics is no good reason, and for boys, the car can be divided into sports cars and motorcycles, again may spell are both speed and stimulation, but personally, I think the locomotive runs is really cool, the wind whistled from ear, at that moment only then own could hear the voice of the heart, It feels like the world has quieted down.

Here are a few motorcycles that can compete with sports cars.

Kawasaki H2 Carbon

The Kawasaki H2 Carbon has been officially hailed as "the most powerful street car model ever built in Kawasaki". Let's see how powerful the Kawasaki H2 Carbon is!

The Ninja H2 Carbon, the most powerful street car ever built in Kawasaki, has a cool look and a highly durable paint. Kawasaki's new high-endurance paint is resistant to ordinary scrapes in everyday driving and has an automatic repair feature in the middle, which keeps our cars in a new look.

H2 series is equipped with water-cooled four-stroke inline four-cylinder, DOHC four-steam valve, turbocharged engine, the displacement can reach 998cc, in standard condition, the maximum horsepower output of H2 reaches 158.3KW /215, and there is the boost of machine supercharging, the acceleration of H2 is higher than other models of horsepower in the same class, it is not impossible to surpass sports car.


Ducati 1299 Superleggera

Ducati has always been about lighter, faster vehicles; Since Ducati 1408, Ducati has been pursuing innovation in order to create a new realm of speed. In 2017, at the Milan Auto Show, Ducati announced their results to the world. Ducati 1299 SuperLeggera was born.

The Ducati 1299 SuperLeggera replaces the frame and rocker arms with carbon fiber, which reduces the weight of the car. The same carbon fiber is also used in the details of the car. Even the batteries use lighter lithium-iron batteries, which reduces the weight of the car even more.

The powertrain is powered by a 1,285cc L-shaped twin-cylinder with a maximum horsepower of 215hp/1,1000 RPM, and the Ducati 1299 SuperLeggera's Akrapovic exhaust pipe, designed by WSBK, pushes the maximum horsepower up to 200hp at amazing speeds.

Suzuki GSX-R1000R

In 2001, Suzuki launched the Suzuki GSX-R1000, which participated in the World Superbike Championship and the AMA Superbike Championship. In the 2005 World Superbike Championship, Troy Kouze of Suzuki's Suzuki GSX-R1000 made a strong push to defeat Ducati's WSBK dominance and win the Rider of the Year title for Suzuki.

However, the new Suzuki GSX-R1000R is even better than the Suzuki GSX-R1000. The Suzuki GSX-R1000R is equipped with a new powertrain -- a liquid-cooled, DOHC 16-valve parallel four-cylinder engine with a displacement of 999.8ml;

Combined with the new generation of electronic fuel injection system, the explosive force is even stronger, the maximum power can reach 148.6kW (13200r/min), the maximum torque is increased to 117.6N·m (10800r/min)!!

Kawasaki ZX - 10 rr

Kawasaki ZX-10RR is a new locomotive after Kawasaki ZX-10, maybe in the motorcycle circle we may not be as popular as Kawasaki ZX-10, because we often see Kawasaki ZX-10 in the MotoGP race. The Kawasaki ZX-10 often wins at WSBK events, so the Kawasaki ZX-10 will have a better reputation than the Kawasaki ZX-10RR.

However, in terms of performance, Kawasaki ZX-10RR has been improved on the engine to improve the efficiency of the engine and reduce overload when the engine is running at high speed.

In terms of wheels, the Kawasaki ZX-10RR uses the "Marchesini seven-spoke alloy wheels and Pirelli Supercorsa SP tyres" made for racetrack, which have higher grip and multiple endurance.

The second is the Kawasaki ZX-10RR's unique suspension adjustment, Showa BFF 43mm inverted front fork, full function of high and low speed adjustable, rear suspension horizontal rod single gun, high and low speed can be adjusted independently, so that you are more confident when driving the ZX10RR to catch the wind