The announcement came from Kawasaki Motors President Hiroshi Ito during his keynote address at Kawasaki’s EICMA presentation.
The announcement also confirmed the Japanese marquee plans to develop ten electric and hybrid motorcycles by 2025.
Nevertheless, it is still too early to discuss the kind of models that could be electrified by 2022.
But knowing that the firm recently ran a test on a Ninja 400 based electric motorcycle could also mean a production version is already in the works.
During the speech, Ito-san addresses the company’s commitment to pushing for a new power source that includes hydrogen and hybrids.
Looking at the level of commitment shown by Team Green, Kawasaki may well be on its way to becoming the pioneer of a new future for motorcycles.