Bimota remains an Italian brand, Rimini-based, even for the future. However, the entry of Kawasaki into the capital (49,9% stakes) represents an important consolidation from the point of view of both corporate solidity and technology. About the latter, the result of the agreement is already on display at EICMA 2019. It’s name is Tesi H2. The new vehicle features a sports bike shape and combines the supercharged engine of Kawasaki ZH2 (1,000cc of displacement, 4 cylinders and 200 hp of power) with the traditional Bimota chassis. The Bimota Tesi H2 is exhibited in a dedicated corner at Kawasaki stand, hall 11.