Kawasaki are looking to go electric by 2035, “with all major models” in what could be a huge change for fans and riders in sport and recreation.

Kawasaki have created a new company, Kawasaki Motors Ltd, a specialised company away from Kawasaki Heavy Industies (KHI) that will focus entirely on their motor division with the goal to have quicker decisions made and improve the brand with closer customer relations while achieving “sustainable growth” with a goal of hitting sales of 1 trillen yen by 2030

Kawasaki mapped out their goal for the Powersports side of Kawasaki moving forward and spilled the beans about their plans to introduce 10 electric models by 2025. Although we don’t know the street to dirt ratio of those 10 electric motorcycles they plan to introduce, we do know that it will be big news when they are released. In this video, we talk on what we know so far coming from Kawasaki and we share on the 2022 Husqvarna FC450 we tested recently and the Twisted Development/Cylinder Works equipped Yamaha YZ270F big-bore video that was just released. If you enjoy this video, click the link below to see more episodes: