In November, Kawasaki is set to unveil the next-generation H2 SX at EICMA 2021, as confirmed by new type-approval documents.
While it may not unveil the design cue, it reveals several vital features, including the adoption of radar sensor technology by Bosch.
The technology will offer adaptive cruise control and blindspot detection, the same feature you will find on the Ducati Multistrada V4 S, KTM 1290 Super Adventure R and BMW R 1250 RT.
Elsewhere, the H2 SX continues to deliver 197hp from its supercharged 998cc engine.
However, according to reports, Team Green has reworked the engine to ensure a smoother and quieter power flow than its predecessor.
The Japanese firm is also rumoured to introduce three new models alongside the H2 SX at EICMA, possibly the new generation ZX-6R.