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- Jul 8, 2021
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BMW Motorrad has unveiled its 2022 range, with a few flagship bikes receiving crucial updates and most models getting a fresh lick of paint. Also, the special ‘40 Years GS Edition’ has been dropped altogether. Take a look at the model-wise breakdown below:
2022 BMW G 310 R And G 310 GS
The G 310 R and GS come in a new Cosmic Black 2 colour that replaces the previous Cosmic Black shade, the key difference between them being the black side panels and headlight cowls, rather than white ones. Besides, the G 310 R also gets a new Kyanite Blue Metallic colour with red alloys, replacing the Polar White option from 2021, a new black headlamp mask, and a new carrier.
2022 BMW F 750 GS, F 850 GS And F 850 GS Adventure
The F 750 GS, F 850 GS, and the F 850 GS Adventure have also received new paint schemes for 2022. All three models come in an updated Style Triple Black colour, replacing the previous Black Storm option. The F 850 and F 750 GS also get hand protectors as standard now.
In addition, the 2022 F 850 GS Adventure comes in a new Light White shade, which adds to its appeal.
2022 BMW F 900 R And F 900 XR
BMW’s middleweight charge is led by the potent F 900 R and F 900 XR. For 2022, the F 900 R gets two new colour options: Style Exclusive with blue stone metallic and Style Sport with white/blue/red accents including an engine spoiler. These colours replace 2021’s San Marino Blue and Style Sport Hockenheim colour options. Along with this, no pillion seat cowl is offered now. It was previously available with the Hockenheim Silver colour option.
Meanwhile, the F 900 XR gets only one new colour, Style Triple Black, with hand protectors replacing 2021’s Style Exclusive with Galvanic Gold option.
2022 BMW S 1000 RR
BMW’s flagship track weapon, the S 1000 RR, has undergone a handful of changes for 2022. It gets a new Style Passion with a mineral grey colour option and an M chassis kit, including a swing arm pivot and a tail rise kit, which now comes standard.
The optional Dynamic package for the 2022 S 1000 RR features riding modes pro, Dynamic Damping Control, cruise control, and heated grips, while the sports package has been dropped.
The Race package comes with Endurance M chain, sport silencer or M Titanium exhaust, while the top-of-the-line M package gets an M seat, M light battery, M GPS trigger, M carbon rims or M forged rim along with a new black tank lid cover.
The billet pack sees a revision too. It includes M foldable levers, M footrests, and an M brake lever guard. Meanwhile, the engine protector and the clutch lever guard are no longer available. Customers can also club these packages now.
2022 BMW S 1000 XR
The BMW S 1000 XR has gotten more good-looking for 2022 thanks to three new colours: Style Triple Black, Racing Red 2, and Light White (M sport livery). Previous colours, including the Ice Grey, Racing Red/White, and Light White/Racing Red/Racing Blue, have been dropped.
More so, for the first time, the M package of the S 1000 XR can be availed with the new Light White (M sport) livery, meaning bragging rights from head to toe.
2022 BMW R 18
The newly arrived BMW R 18 has already gone under the knife for 2022. It now comes in three striking shades: Mars Red Metallic, Manhattan Metallic Matt, and Option 719 Galaxy Dust Metallic, all offered with chrome options. The Option 719 variant features a black drivetrain and gets reverse assistance for the first time.
For the R 18 Classic, the luggage carriers have been optimised too so no disassembly is required when riding without them. Meanwhile, the first edition of the R18 has been sacked.
Also new for 2022 is an Option 719 Aero package. It includes cylinder head covers and front cover made of brushed aluminium, Option 719 seat, and two Option 719 wheel sets.
Since most of these models are present in India, we expect to see these updates to be introduced here by the end of 2021. Whether they’ll come at an extra price is something we’ll have to wait and find out.
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