India Kawasaki Motor has teased the Z650RS 50th Anniversary Edition on its social media accounts. Last year, Kawasaki introduced the Z650RS in India, which is a retro-styled variant of the Z650 naked. The 50th Anniversary Edition variation, as the name implies, honors the 50th anniversary of the classic Kawasaki Z1, which is based on the Japanese manufacturer's new 'Z' RS line. The 50th anniversary version of the Z650RS will have aesthetic alterations and will be available in India shortly after its global debut.
The new 'Firecracker Red' dual-tone red and black Kawasaki Z650RS 50th Anniversary Edition bike will be available in the new 'Firecracker Red' dual-tone red and black colors. The Special Edition receives gold-colored alloy wheels as well as a Dual Overhead Camshaft (DOHC) logo engine cover from the 1970s. It's worth noting that the normal Emerald Green color already comes with gold-finished alloy wheels. Aside from the Metallic Moonlight Grey, the Z650RS will also be available in this third color. The Z650RS 50th Anniversary Edition, on the other hand, will be offered in limited quantities in India.
The Kawasaki Z650RS 50th Anniversary Edition has gold alloy wheels, a Z50th emblem on the tank and a Dual Overhead Camshaft (DOHC) insignia on the engine cover, as well as 'Firecracker Red' dual-tone red and black paint.
The 649 cc parallel-twin, liquid-cooled engine of the Z650RS 50th Anniversary Edition produces 67.3 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and 64 Nm of peak torque at 6,700 rpm. The engine is paired to a 6-speed transmission. The ordinary Kawasaki Z650RS is priced at 6.72 lakh (ex-showroom), while the 50th Anniversary Edition will be somewhat more expensive. The unique variations are scheduled to be available by the end of this month or early February 2022.
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