Liberty launches Kawasaki Ninja H2, the world’s first and fastest supercharged bike

Liberty Automobiles Company has launched the stunning new Kawasaki Ninja H2, the world's first and fastest supercharged bike.

The bike was unveiled recently at the Kawasaki Showroom in Dubai by Mohammed Ben Sulayem, UAE's legendary motor sport champion, President of Automobiles and Touring Club of the UAE and FIA Vice-President, along with Sheikh Khalid Abdul Aziz Al Qasimi, Chairman of Liberty Group, H.E. Hisashi Michigami, Consul General of Japan in Dubai and Takeshi Tanigawa, a senior official from Kawasaki Heavy Industries, in the presence of a large number of Kawasaki enthusiasts and invitees.

The H2 is prominently displayed at the Kawasaki stand at the Gulf Bike Week which opens on October 22. Liberty Kawasaki has always participated in this event over the years to showcase the full range of Kawasaki products, which include bikes, quads, jetskis, ATVs as well as accessories and merchandise.

"We are thrilled to present to bike enthusiasts a high-end  lifestyle product like the Ninja H2, which has become a piece of history since it is the world's first and fastest super-charged bike," said Ravi Nair, Divisional Head - Kawasaki, Liberty Automobiles Company.

The Kawasaki Ninja H2, the world's only supercharged production hypersport streetbike features numerous innovations and industry-firsts from across Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. (KHI), complemented by only the highest quality components. The result is an awe-inspiring work of mechanical art.

Gulf Bike Week is the single most important Bike show of the year, apart from being a premium music and lifestyle festival. It runs at the Dubai Autodrome from October 22 to 24, attracting a large number of biking and outdoor lifestyle enthusiasts.

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