Even a Bugatti Chiron would walk away with its tail between its legs.
We know this is CarBuzz and not BikeBuzz, but bear with us while we break down just how impressive the Kawasaki Ninja H2 is. For starters, it's the most powerful production bike on the market thanks to a supercharged four-cylinder engine pushing up to 326 horsepower. That's substantial for a 3,000-4,000 pound car, so it's safe to say that with a wet weight of 476 pounds, it has an absurdly high power to weight ratio. For reference, the Bugatti Chiron is expected to weigh in at around 4,390 pounds and makes around 1,500 hp.
That gives it a power to weight ratio of 2.92 pounds for each pony to pull. On the other hand, the H2 is saddled each of its horses with only 1.46 pounds to lug around.
This means that once the bike's single tire has traction, there's nothing left for it to do but pull away and humiliate supercar owners who spent a considerable amount more on their cars. The McLaren 12C and Lamborghini Huracan are also very fast cars, but have no chance of keeping up with a bike that easily outclasses the Bugatti Chiron. Once things get up to speed, we bear witness to one of the most predictable races one can imagine. Unless you become a super bike fan, this may be the only time you'll ever see two legendary supercars get left behind like this.