Featuring some of the other consumer products that the company is famous for, show visitors are able to examine a Kawasaki MULE Utility Vehicle and a 750cc V-Twin ATV quad bike. In addition, a selection of current and past stationary engines form part of the diverse display each having a variety of uses according to Andrew Squires from Kawasaki’s European Head Office for engine business.“The gold coloured KF24D engine has been used to power things like cement mixers and large commercial pumps since the early 1970’s and we have sold hundreds of thousands of them”,
commented Andrew. “Now the main colour for two stroke engines is red and black for four stroke units. We had seven supplier companies here as guests and they were overwhelmed with the sheer scale of Motorcycle Live and the wide product knowledge of customers on the Kawasaki stand.”
With its significant date wall and even an example of a 1400GTR converted for Police use, the breadth of Kawasaki endeavour has formed a welcome additional feature for many customers according to Cat Gonzalez from Kawasaki’s marketing team who helped create the display.“This is only a snap-shot of what we do and only on a small scale – after all, you could not expect us to fill the NEC halls with a bullet train or LPG container ship.
That said, it’s marvellous to have a chance to illustrate the technology and engineering experience that adds to the confidence our customers have in our motorcycles.”
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