EICMA 2021: 2022 Kawasaki H2 SX SE Unveiled

The 2022 Kawasaki H2 SX SE comes with a host of updates including an upgraded Rider Assistance System (ARAS), refreshed styling, wider seats and a new TFT display.

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2022 Kawasaki H2 SX SE now gets an Advanced Rider Assistance System (ARAS)

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Kawasaki has showcased a range of products at the ongoing EICMA 2021 Motor Show, including the improved 2022 Kawasaki H2 SX SE Hyper-Tourer. The refreshed model comes with a slew of updates that include an array of advanced suite of electronics such as cruise control, collision detection, and blind-spot monitoring packed together in a new Advanced Rider Assistance System (ARAS). Gaya. Other minor but significant updates made to the motorcycle include slightly wider seats, a USB charging port and heated handgrips for better rider and pillar comfort. The bike also gets updated fairing and a new TFT display.

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The biggest update to the motorcycle is the addition of ARAS, a variant of the Bosch radar system used by Ducati, BMW and KTM. The system gets Adaptive Cruise Control, which maintains the distance from the vehicle ahead as per the rider’s preference through three settings – Near, Medium and Far. The system can also be turned off completely. The bike also gets Forward Collision Warning, which is triggered and a visual warning is given if the pre-set distance stops abruptly, and here too the warning can be triggered by early/medium/late activation or completely off can be set to. Lastly, the H2 SX SE also gets a blind spot detection system that uses rear-facing sensors to detect hard-to-view traffic at the rear and side of the motorcycle and alerts via LEDs in the mirrors. Is.


2022 Kawasaki H2 SX SE gets cruise control, collision detection and blind-spot monitoring as part of ARAS

Visually, the new 2022 Kawasaki H2 SX SE now comes with updated styling, which includes a redesigned front fairing, which has been reshaped to accommodate the ARAS unit and the new TFT display. Yes, the bike now gets a new, larger 6.5-inch full-color TFT screen that can also connect to Spin, Kawasaki’s new smartphone information app that gives you a ton of information, including riding logs or monitoring front brake pressure. does. The bike also gets a resin intake silencer which is designed to reduce the supercharger intake noise.


The 2022 Kawasaki H2 SX SE comes with a redesigned front fairing, which has been re-sized to accommodate the ARAS unit and the new TFT display.

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Kawasaki has also updated the KECS electronic suspension with Showa’s Skyhook system, which offers an active real-time rebound damping adjustment system. The bike comes with a new Bosch six-axis FI-ECU that monitors the chassis orientation to modify both power delivery and ABS response. The bike also gets features like Vehicle Hold Assist and Kawasaki Intelligent Proximity Activation Start System Master Key. The bike continues to be powered by a supercharged 998 cc in-line four-cylinder engine that delivers the same power output.

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