Bikes are getting smarter all the time with advanced electronics, and Kawasaki wants to take the development to another level with its Artificial intelligence (AI) project. We were the first to bring you the Japanese giant’s plans way back in August (you can read our original article HERE) and rather than it disappearing into the depths of a tech department somewhere, Kawasaku has now shown us what that might actually look like.

Kawasaki and SoftBank are moving forward with plans to develop next-generation motorcycles that have a personality and can grow along with the rider. The motorcycles will make use of ICT (Information and Communications Technology), including AI (Artificial Intelligence), to achieve this goal.


An AI-enabled bike could not only set the ride modes and suspension settings for you, but also predict traffic and weather conditions as well as brake for you if needed.

Here’s what the Kawasaki AI system could look like:


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