The Kawasaki Z900RS Café has an incredible retro charm for a new motorcycle. With some simple details and carefully selected color, the"bike"looks like it was produced several decades ago. The machine is inspired by the Kawasaki Z1 introduced in 1972 and is based on the Z900RS. Unlike RS, however, it has the appearance of lighter and more agile. Mica inspired mica, as well as darkened black handles in combination with the higher seat give a more sporty look to a biker. A 900 cc, generous 110 hp, 4-cylinder 4-cylinder engine is available for the drive. and a maximum torque of 99 Nm. The same version of the Z900RS has more power, the Café modification is weaker, but Kawasaki convinces us that this was done with the idea of reaching the maximum power of 1000 rpm down - so the machine feels old-school.