Kawasaki partners with Toyota to develop hydrogen bikes
The company believes that hydrogen is a good alternative fuel source, while helping to bridge the gap when transitioning from fossil fuels to electrification.
According to a news report, Kawasaki has partnered with Toyota to accelerate the development of hydrogen as a fuel source. It also suggests that the partnership could lead to a hydrogen motorcycle in the near future.
According to reports, the two Japanese giants have reached an agreement to work on accelerating hydrogen as an alternative fuel source. The two companies will also work together to improve global infrastructure and upgrade mining methods.
Kawasaki has been working for a long time to introduce alternative fuel vehicles, including hydrogen offerings to the market. The company believes that hydrogen is a good alternative fuel source, while helping to bridge the gap when transitioning from fossil fuels to electrification.
The Japanese motorcycle manufacturer is also working on electric and hybrid offerings for the future. Kawasaki recently showcased its low-displacement EV and HEV motorcycles at the Suzuki 8-Hour Endurance Race. The company unveiled a naked streetfighter electric vehicle (based on its “Z” series) and a fully faired HEV (based on its “Ninja” series). Production versions of both bikes are expected to be unveiled later this year or in early 2023.