Posted on: Aug 18, 2011 | 2,163 reads

Motorcycles to Motorcars: Kawasaki ZX-770R Concept

KTM has inspired Kawasaki fans to take on their X-Bow. Dutch Designer Sabino Leerentveld has created the ZX-770R which puts out 770hp.
Austrian firm KTM came out with their X-Bow last year, showing that it is possible for a motorcycle company to create a powerful sportscar. The KTM X-Bow R model was powered by an Audi-sourced 2.0-liter TFSI engine that could put out 300hp. Kawasaki's ZX-770R concept will leave that number in the dust, sporting a twin-turbocharged V6 engine that can pump out 770hp. The ZX-770R was developed by Dutch designer Sabino Leerentveld.
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Having previously designed the Aston Martin AMV12 concept, he was inspired by KTM's work on the X-Bow and created the ZX-770R for Kawasaki. It is bigger than the X-Bow but also much more powerful. The supercar weighs in at an extremely slim 1,102lbs. We don't know for sure whether Kawasaki will take on this project, however it does look great and if developed correctly it could blow the X-Bow out of the water.
Motorcycles to Motorcars: Kawasaki ZX-770R Concept
Motorcycles to Motorcars: Kawasaki ZX-770R Concept
Motorcycles to Motorcars: Kawasaki ZX-770R Concept



 
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