Only 120 units will be produced globally, with only six available to the U.S. market
Kawasaki H2 Carbon is an exclusive version of the ballistic supercharged Ninja H2. It features some carbon fiber elements and it costs $30,000. Still not a Honda RC213-V.
The new Kawasaki H2 Carbon come with a carbon-fiber upper cowl resembling that of the Ninja H2™R motorcycle, special mirror-finish paint, and a serial number plate.
According to the Kawasaki press release for the USA, orders for the Ninja H2 Carbon will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis, subject to availability.
Prospective purchasers will be required to place a $10,000 USD deposit at an authorized Kawasaki dealer within 48 hours of being notified by KMC.
A portion of the proceeds of the Ninja H2 Carbon sportbikes will go to charity, with Kawasaki donating $20,000 to the Road 2 Recovery Foundation. The non-profit was founded to help AMA-licensed supercross/motocross professionals with financial assistance should they suffer a career-ending injury, while also providing motivational, emotional, and spiritual support to those individuals and their families.