Have you heard? BMW S 1000 RR is back with a bang! Better and more powerful, with a mightier roar! Yes!
The fresh design adorned with an asymmetrical look, and a pair of compact LED projector lamps looks mesmerizing. The motorbike entails all-new fairing that makes it look more compact and finer.
Better yet, the integrated brake lamp into the turn indicators gives it a smart and minimalistic look at the back. Its carbon fiber wheels add to its aesthetic look.
This stunning two-wheeler comes equipped with a bright color TFT instrument console with a total of views. There is also Bluetooth connectivity that enhances navigation and call alerts. Generally, it has been modeled to be more efficient and provide an enjoyable experience to its riders.
Let us get started on its features and specs in detail. Scroll on.
- It has a Shift Assistant Pro for quick up and downshifting without a clutch, standard.
- The Launch Control is perfect for starts come with Pro Modes option.
- It has a new instrument panel with 6.5-inch screen for excellent readability besides a Pure Ride screen and three Core screens.
- The bike has electronic cruise control as an ex-works option.
- There is a Pit Lane Limiter for exact pit lane speeds alongside the Pro Modes option.
- BMW S 1000 RR has new riding modes, i.e., Rain, Road, Dynamic and Race plus Pro Modes option with three additional configurable ways Race-Pro 1-3 for optimum personal adaptation to conditions.
- It has an ABS Pro for better safety when braking, also in banking position, as standard.
- Besides, there is an adjustable (+/- shift) DTC (Dynamic Traction Control) Wheelie Function as an optional equipment item.
- It has a new 6-axis sensor cluster.
Now, let us look at the internal make-up of this beautiful beast.
Engine and Transmission:
- the engine has a 999 cc compression with a maximum power of 200.8 bhp @ 13500 rpm and a torque of 113 Nm @11000 rpm.
- There are four cylinders with four valves per cylinder.
- The bore and stroke are 80 mm and 49 mm respectively with six gears.
- The ignition is digital CDI, and the fuel used is petrol delivered via fuel injection.
- It has a cooling water system with a chain drive transmission type.
- It also has a multiple-disc-clutch in oil batch.
Brake, Wheels, and Suspension:
- the front and rear brakes are discs of size 320 mm and 220 mm, respectively.
- Front and rear alloy wheels are both 17 inches, and
- the tires are tubeless with 120/70 ZR 17 for the front tire and 190/55 ZR 17 for the rear one.
Dimensions and Chassis:
- L * W* H = 2056 mm by 826 mm by 1138 mm,
- the wheelbase is 1441 mm,
- ground clearance 120 mm and the seat height is 824 mm.
- It has a curb weight of 197 kg and an Aluminum twin-spur chassis type.
Fuel efficiency and Performance:
- the fuel tank capacity is 16.5 liters with a reserve fuel capacity of 4 liters.
- It has a top speed of 299 km/h.
Pricing: Here are the prices of specific BMW S 1000 RR 2019 ex-showroom in Mumbai
- S 1000 RR Standard is for INR 18, 50,000,
- S 1000 RR Pro will cost INR 20, 95,000, while
- S 1000 RR Pro M priced at INR 22, 95,000.
Colors: the motorbikes come in
- multi-color Light white/Racing blue metallic/Racing red, and
- Racing red non-metallic color.
Now that you have the scoop on the latest hot ride in the hood feel free to try a test ride. Also, you have to have saved diligently to afford the carbon fiber wheels, huh!
It is also evident that the BMW beasts are worth every penny spent on them as the time and sweat put in designing it are just commendable. Hence the product is a force to reckon with.
So, don’t think twice about reaching deep down your pockets to get yourself a BMW S 1000 RR 2019 beauty or click here for a quick two-wheeler loan.
The latest master of the racing track is lighter and easier to control with plenty of rider aids!
P.S. Motorbike community, an explicit riding experience awaits you with the BMW S 1000 RR!
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