2020 Kawasaki Ninja 400 gets three new colour schemes.
The 2020 Kawasaki Ninja 400 specs include a 398cc parallel-twin engine that produces 48bhp.
The motorcycle will be launched in India soon.
The 2020 Kawasaki Ninja 400 has been unveiled in Japan. There are three new colours – an update to the KRT Edition, a black, and a white. It remains mechanically unchanged.
The KRT Edition remains largely unchanged but gets an addition of a honeycomb design below the ‘400’ on the side fairing. In addition, it gets dashes of scarlet above the headlamps and on the belly pan, like the ZX-10R.
The black is the soberest of the three, with grey and ochre accents on it. This one will appeal to those looking to fly under the radar. Finally, there is a black-and-white paint scheme which utilises white as the base for the sides and the pillion seat cowl, but black for everything else like the tank and the front. There are scarlet accents on it as well. This is the most eye-catching of all three graphic schemes.
Mechanically, the Ninja 400 remains unchanged – it retains the liquid-cooled 398cc parallel-twin engine that generates nearly 48bhp and 38Nm. It also offers a slipper clutch and ABS.
The Indian market currently sells only the KRT edition of the Ninja 400, so it will get that update. It is unclear at this point if either of the other two will make it to the Indian market. We can expect the 2020 Ninja 400 to launch sometime in the first quarter of next year.