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Kawasaki new H2 SX SE released, adding adaptive headlight system
Release date:2023.02.09

In addition to the new four-cylinder 400, Kawasaki officially introduced its 2023 flagship H2 SX SE, which gets a few minor upgrades in this update.

The new car also has an automatic high beam (AHB) system, which uses camera sensors to detect and assess the brightness of the car ahead, street lights and other lights. The AHB system automatically turns the motorcycle's high beam on and off as needed.

The new system will integrate with Kawasaki's current rider assistance system, ARAS, which features adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning and blind spot detection.

The rest of the 2023 H2 SX SE features the same 998cc supercharged engine with 147.1kW {200 PS} / 11,000 rpm and 137.3N ·m / 8,500 rpm torque. The stamping power is 154.1 kW {210 PS} / 11,000 rpm.


Others include the Skyhook technology-enabled Kawasaki Electronically Controlled Suspension (KECS), a 6.5-inch TFT screen, a new smartphone-based infotainment app (SPIN), and more.

The Kawasaki 2023 H2 SX SE has only one Metallic finish -- Emerald Blazed Green/Metallic Diablo Black/Metallic Graphite Grey -- available in China, where the older model currently starts at 328,800 yuan.

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