At this time, the engine received extensive attention in the induction department, with the carburetors being replaced by digital-fuel injection, which enhanced the manners of the engine and produced 48 hp at 6,500 rpm, and 44.25 pound-feet of peak torque at a low 2,500 rpm. The W800 was offered in various special editions, the 2015 Black Edition being among the most graphically attractive. It was also offered in a sleek cafè racer edition, featuring a classic looking top fairing. In its iridescent orange coloring it looked a lot like the BMW R90S of yore. But that was part of the retro game the bike always played, after all. And now, the Kawasaki W800 goes down Sunset Boulevard in a Final Edition featuring an exclusive Candy Brown and Candy Sunset Orange paint scheme. Three cheers to yet another old friend, forced to leave the scene by the tightening emission rules.