The 2020 Kawasaki Z H2 adopts naked bike styling from Kawasaki’s Z line and marries it with the power of the Ninja H2. Did somebody say supercharger? Nestled in the exposed trellis frame lies the supercharged 998cc four-cylinder engine ready to attack the streets and track with thrilling power—197 claimed hp to be more specific. Its expansive suite of rider aids and electronics flush it out into a modern pavement poacher as well. Rider-aid gizmos include an up and down quickshifter (less time shifting, more time speeding, right?), launch control, ABS, traction control, three power modes, and four ride modes.