There are no mechanical upgrades for the 2023 Z900. However, there are two new color options available: Metallic Phantom Silver with Metallic Carbon Gray and Ebony with Metallic Matte Graphene Steel Gray.
Kawasaki is charging the same price for both color options.
The new Z900 is powered by a 948cc inline four-cylinder water-cooled engine that generates 125hp at 9,500rpm and 98.6Nm of torque at 7,700rpm. Also, according to a Livehindustan report on Wednesday, dual-channel ABS will come as standard.
The motorcycle has two power modes, Full and Low, and four riding modes, Rain, Road, Sport and Rider, and three levels of traction control.
It also has a TFT screen for the instrument cluster and supports Bluetooth connectivity.
The 2023 Z900 is expected to compete with the Ducati Monster, the BMW F 900 R Triumph Street Triple R and the Honda CB650R.