Gannet Design’s new supercharged Kawasaki Ninja H2 café-racer concept
Kawasaki’s Ninja H2 is still inspiring designers to try their hand over the original design and make some modifications. This supercharged 200+ PS café-racers by Gannet Design is a recent example of it. The beastly design is the brainchild of a well experienced auto designer Ulfert Janssen. Janssen had served with names like Renault, Nissan, and Infiniti.
Take a closer look and you’ll realize the de-batmanized work done on original H2 design. This one is somewhat more fluidic. With a minimal design approach, the bodywork looks retro-tastic or say it looks completely different from H2.
You won’t recognize that it’s a variant of Ninja H2 frame until you have already seen the original one. Like, did you notice that in place of two air intakes, the café-racer has a single carbon –fiber air intake, lowered clip-ons, and twin additional stacked projectors.
Obviously, the practicality aspect of this café-racer must be left out and it must treated as a entertainer.