BMW has earlier showcased its all-new modified version of S1000RR at 2019 EICMA event in Milan. The superbike now will be released with more power and a new striking appearance. The 2019 version is updated with the aerodynamic kit which highlights twin LED projector headlamps. The company has replaced the asymmetrical in front of the bike. However, it looks more competitive and sporty in its new avatar.
BMW fans in India were eagerly waiting for the new bike to be announced soon and keeping up the promise, the company is ready to debut the machine in the Indian market. BMW Motorrad has recently tweeted a teaser image of the all-new 2019 S1000RR giving us a sign that the power machine will soon land in the Indian market. We are sure that the fans will be really pleased with its attractive and classy looks.
The 2019 version is built with the “M Performance” kit which highlights the carbon fibre wheels, an amazing battery package and height adjustment feature for the back rider. The company has provided an all-new extensive fairing and bigger exhaust set up. It is outfitted with the latest LED tail lamp and fully digital instrument cluster. The wheelbase of the bike is 1,441mm and the width is 848mm. The vehicle is bigger and bolder compared to the previous version.
BMW S 1000 RR comes with 4 riding modes including Rain, Road, Dynamic and Race, which will improve the riding experience in any road condition. It also gets a Pro Mode that in offered for superior riding. The seat height is now lower to 824mm. The bike is also integrated with a 6.5” digital screen. It is developed with BMW’s ShiftCam technology that improves valve strokes and timings on the intake front. In terms of suspension, it features electronic damping.
The upcoming 2019 S 1000 RR highlights some impressive features such as six-axis IMU, wheelie control, traction control, adjustable engine braking system, two-way quick-shifter, launch control and ABS as standard. It is powered by an extremely powerful 999cc, 4-cylinder in-line, liquid-cooled motor which generates 204 BHP of peak power at 13500 RPM and 113 Nm of peak torque at 11000 RPM. The motor is combined with a 6-speed gearbox along with the slipper clutch.
The new BMW superbike is placed at the most litre-class bikes when released in the Indian market. It will compete against the likes of Yamaha R1, Kawasaki ZX10R and ZX10RR, Honda Fireblade and Ducati V4 in the country. Expect the sports bike to be priced around Rs 20 lakh mark (Ex-showroom).
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