Sugomi style is the name of the design line, as I have researched. Tip for those who like a Z 900 in principle, but don't get warm with the design: I also had to look longer. The more intensively I did this, the better I understood the design. By the way, with the optics, we would have mentioned everything that should be complicated about the Kawasaki. The rest is quite simple: turn on, put on it and off for it. Before we do that, take a step back. We have to prefer a part of the conclusion, because this bike is definitely not one thing: in some way suitable for touring. There are not even mounting places for a luggage roll, the windscreen is simply not available and - thanks to Sugomi - any subsequent windshield would look like what it would be: tinkered with afterwards.
The driver is fully in the wind, so a passenger could get wind protection behind the driver. The Kawa designers found this unfair, so they constructed the most unsuitable Socius Square I have ever seen. A joke, a sitting position high (that's it with the windshield), and an uncomfortable seat bun round off the malheur to the most uncomfortable.