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KAWASAKI VERSYS 1000 2019 And Special Edition 1000 SE Announced

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KAWASAKI VERSYS 1000 2019 And Special Edition 1000 SE Announced

Kawasaki has reported that it will be launching an updated model of the Versys 1000 for 2019, and in addition a best spec Versys 1000 SE. The news came as the Japanese producer held a public interview at the current year's Eicma occasion in Milan. 

The Versys 1000 SE is generally like the present form yet consolidates an assortment of electronic upgrades to enhance the execution of about each framework on the bike. 

KAWASAKI VERSYS 1000 2019 And Special Edition 1000 SE Announced


Adding to the 2018 model, the new 2019 Kawasaki Versys lands with more innovation at the rider's transfer than in earlier years. The most up to date consideration is the ride-by-wire throttle, and in addition the choice of cruise control, a wide range of power modes, traction control, and further developed controls. 

The SE demonstrate takes things to a more elevated amount, offering Kawasaki's best of-the-extend understanding, including Kawasaki Electronic Control Suspension (KECS), semi-active electronically adjustable suspension that was most recently seen on Kawasaki's ZX-10R Ninja. 

The suspension has four modes: Sport, Road, Rain, and Rider mode which gives you a chance to change settings physically. It joins anti-dive control under braking, and even adjusts rear shock preload for a single rider, a rider with luggage, or two riders with luggage, with ten levels of fine tuning adjustment within each setting.

The SE gets a colour TFT dash, hand guards and heated grips as standard, a larger touring screen, Bluetooth integration, and cornering lights. Kawasaki’s patented anti-scratch paint is also featured.

KAWASAKI VERSYS 1000 2019 And Special Edition 1000 SE Announced


Discussing the incorporation of electronically customizable suspension on the SE display, Kawasaki stated: ‘The Versys 1000 SE model comes with KECS which is based on the semi-active system the debuted on the 2018 Ninja ZX-10R SE. KECS adapts to road and riding conditions in real time, providing the ideal amount of damping called for.’

A new windscreen enables the rider to modify it with two knobs and no instruments. It's not exactly a modification on the fly, but rather close. A new central vent and cowling help to guide the wind around the rider more effectively. LED lighting offers better visibility, not only with brighter lights but also new cornering lights that throw more light into the corners automatically based on the bike's lean angle. A new instrument cluster gives the rider control over all these new electronic systems.

Both the standard Versys 1000 and the Versys 1000 SE can be requested with an 'ergonomic package', which includes a flexible screen for better security and a choice of two Ergo-Fit seats as further accessories. 

This sort of innovation comes straight out of top of the line sport bikes and sports cars. Presently it applies to ordinary riding and long separation visiting on the Versys 1000 SE LT+. At $17,999 it costs $5,000 more than the current Versys 1000 LT, yet contains enough innovation to push it to an unheard of level that legitimizes the cost.

Images : Kawasaki

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