Not content with just more power, Kawasaki also added rider-oriented tech and touch-point details to the Ninja H2 line. One of the most noticeable changes is the all-new TFT dash. The new dash features four display modes, with selectable white or black backgrounds. There’s even an “Economical Riding Indicator” which seems incredibly hilarious in a non-intentional way for a hypersort offering. Smartphone connectivity has been added as well. Utilizing a chip in the instrument panel, riders can use an app on their phone to access, log, and review a number of functions including: fuel and trip info, maintenance schedule, battery condition, GPS route and speed information, mileage, notifications on the dash when someone is calling or texting you, and more. Vehicle settings such as general display and riding modes can also be adjusted.