Rumor Has It: We’re Getting a 2023 Kawasaki ZX-4R

Due to some current CARB filings, Kawasaki might very properly be rolling out that long-anticipated ZX-4R for 2023 – and with Staff Inexperienced on the point of drop the veil on two new bikes on February 1st, nails are being nibbled in anticipation. 

Per the picture taken from Kawasaki’s tease on their web site, the model’s acquired two smaller silhouettes on the entrance – snowmobiles, presumably, primarily based on the decrease profile of the seat space – accompanied by a rear rank of two bikes.

Kawasaki's got two motorcycles to be unveiled on February 1st. Media sourced from Kawasaki's website.
Kawasaki’s acquired two bikes to be unveiled on February 1st. Media sourced from Kawasaki’s web site.

For those who take a better gander on the little bit of rear wheel poking out from the quilt, we’ve acquired a near-identical tyre profile to what’s at the moment on the Ninja 400 – not too beefy, sporting a leaner little bit of rubber and what COULD be an aluminum Dymag rear wheel.

The silhouette additionally comes off as shorter than an ADV providing, and all spoked off-roading items are off the desk (as is something extra highly effective than 500cc’s primarily based on that very same rear rubber).

Kawasaki's filing for a 2023 model with designation ZX400SP. Media sourced from RideApart.
Kawasaki’s submitting for a 2023 mannequin with the designation ZX400SP. Media sourced from RideApart.

 If RideApart’s proper of their estimations taken from Younger machine, then this new hooner will probably sport Euro5 compliance, in addition to a pricing someplace between the Ninja 400 and ZX-6R ($6000 – $11,000 USD). 

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What do you assume? Are we getting the ZX-4R on February 1st?

Keep tuned for February 1st (6 am PT), subscribe for one of the best of the most recent so that you don’t miss something, and as all the time – keep secure on the twisties. 

*Media sourced from Kawasaki’s web site in addition to RideApart’s CARB submitting contribution*