The showstopping Bimota Tesi H2 may be released by late 2020.
Bimota made big waves when it revealed the Tesi, a bike that packages the thumping 998cc supercharged four-pot from Kawasaki’s H2, in a quirky-yet-gorgeous Italian chassis.
It was initially believed to be little more than a design study, however, an image of the bike in testing reveals that it may indeed hit the production line.
In fact, rumours from overseas suggest that it may go on sale by the end of next year.
Specifications are still unknown, though it is expected to output the same figures as the non-road legal Ninja H2 R.
That’s around 220kW, for those playing at home, so it’s fair to assume that the Tesi H2 will be a track-only prospect, and built in limited numbers.
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