We will have a standard SX with slight styling tweaks and general niceties like usual update as well as the latest Euro version compliant
Then an SX SE version with a few more tech bits, semi active suspension being the big selling point!
The SE is Kawasaki’s new marketing tool and will eventually be rolled out over all their long standing models.
It Started with the ZX10R, now Versy’s and the SX would be the next logical choice in line with the three year update pattern.
Kawasaki are unlikely to mess up the SX formula, especially as it’s got to be one of their, if not the biggest selling bikes.
A smaller capacity supercharged bike, is more likely to be released as a separate model all together.
I’d estimate an A2 friendly bike marketed as an economic commuter and/or stepping stone for newer riders so to introduce them into the Kawasaki brand and eventually a bigger H2 model.
Most other brands have realised the importance of having smaller learner friendly bikes, most recently Triumph with the A2 compatible Street Triple and Street Twin.
Kawasaki obviously already have A2 bikes but they’ll no doubt want to attract new riders towards their supercharged range in the future.
H2 is likely to become its own brand within Kawasaki.(Think Ducati Scrambler, still Ducati but Scrambler is now a brand in itself)
Kawasaki always stated that the main focus for their new supercharged technology was to improve fuel economy and emissions rather than outright performance.
(Of course ridiculously fast acceleration and speed are welcome byproducts