The new Kawasaki Z900 RS Cafe will be first introduced in the Japanese market starting in August this year. It is a retro-styled variant of the standard Z900 RS which comes with a new headlight fairing and new colors.
The prominent changes in the Z900 RS Cafe include a racing cowl surrounding the round headlamp, and blacked-out handlebars. The riding position is also a bit different as the handlebars are said to be positioned a bit lower than usual.
The new colors in which the Kawasaki Z900 RS Cafe will be available are Stormcloud Blue, Metallic Graphite Gray, and Vintage Lime Green. All the colors look spectacular. And the four chrome exhaust pipes emerging out from the massive engine just act as the cherry on the cake.
Powering the Z900 RS Cafe is the same 900cc, an inline 4-cylinder engine that we’ve seen in the Z900 RS. It produces a max power of 109 bhp at 8,500 revs and generates a peak torque of 98.5 Nm at 6,500 revs.
Kawasaki has successfully managed to give the RS Cafe a very retro appearance. It should definitely appeal to a whole bunch of people, especially those who are into cafe racers. As per the reports, after launching the Z900 RS Cafe in Japan, Kawasaki will then bring it to the other international markets.