Kawasaki has released a video of the Kawasaki Concept J. The Japanese brand unveiled the electric vehicle at the Tokyo Motor Show 2013.

The Kawasaki Concept J made its European debut at INTERMOT . The electric concept has two individually controllable front wheels and a single rear wheel. The bike offers two riding positions – sport and comfort mode. In comfort mode, the bike provides a relaxed driving position for driving in the city. The driver sits in a conventional, upright driving position and the adjustable track of the double front wheels is set wide for maximum stability. In sports mode, the track narrows and the entire driving position becomes more aerodynamic, so that the driver with the vehicle for high-performance runs is "one".

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The Kawasaki Concept J is powered by the brand's proprietary battery management technology – Gigacell. It is a high capacity nickel metal hydride battery that can store large amounts of electricity. However, Kawasaki has disclosed neither the output numbers nor the range of the electric motorcycle.

  Kawasaki Concept J-side
The rear wheel of the concept bike seems to be hub-less.

The trailer video release may point to Kawasaki's plans to create a production version in the future. It would be an ideal environmentally friendly three-wheeled alternative to the recently introduced Yamaha Nike . In addition, the drive to meet the demand for electric vehicles could justify the implementation of Concept J into reality.

Kawasaki Concept J – Photo Gallery

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