Ninja ZX-10R

The Ninja ZX-10R lives up to its name as it continues its worldwide, champion legacy with features that were designed to make crossing the finish line as effortless as revving your engine.

  • Engine Type

    Liquid-cooled, In-Line Four, Fuel Injection
  • Displacement

  • Max Power

    210.2 HP / 13,200 RPM
  • Max Torque

    114.9 N.m (11.7 kgf.m) @ 11,400 rpm
  • Transmission

  • Curb Mass

    207 kgs
  • Fuel Capacity

  • MSRP*


Carrying Kawasaki riders to six World Superbike titles, the Ninja ZX-10R has demonstrated its championship-winning performance while allowing a wide range of riders to experience the thrill of exploring their limits on the circuit. To ensure its continued competitiveness, a host of changes to engine and chassis build on this proven performance; next-generation Ninja styling offers significantly improved aerodynamics; and new features like Electronic Cruise Control and a TFT instrument panel with smartphone connectivity enhance street-riding enjoyment.

Advanced Showa BFF (Balance Free Front Fork)

Showa’s advanced ø43 mm BFF offers state-of-the-art WSB racing technology on a massproduction model. The highspec fork offers numerous benefits such as increased ride comfort, increased braking stability, increased front-end feel and, independently adjustable compression and rebound damping

High-performance Brembo Brake System

A pair of massive ø330 mm Brembo semi-floating discs with a thickness of t5.0 mm deliver superb braking force. The stainless steel rotors offer high rigidity and contribute to excellent brake feel.

Lightweight Wheels

One of the lightest wheel designs in the market, the Ninja ZX-10R’s gravity-cast wheels with their 3-spoke design offer an excellent balance of light weight and rigidity that contributes to edge grip when riding on the track.

Styled for Aerodynamics

A prime example of form following function, the Ninja ZX-10R’s new styling package was designed with aerodynamic performance firmly in mind. The sleek, racy looks offer significantly improved drag resistance (down approximately 7%), a roughly 17% increase in downforce (thanks to a new aerodynamically sculpted front cowl with integrated winglets), and better wind protection (care of its taller windshield).