BMW’s S 1000 RR Goes Touring With This S 1000...
- Nov 5, 2019
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BMW Motorrad has updated a number of its bikes in its international portfolio for the model year 2020. The updates include new colour schemes, extra features and price reduction for optional equipment. Whether or not these updates make it to India is uncertain at the moment. We’ve already spoken to BMW India representatives and are currently waiting for a response. Until then, here’s a list of all the bikes and their respective updates for your reference.
BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS:
To begin with, the BMW G 310 twin receive new paint options for MY2020. The roadster now features a new Cosmic Black 2 paint scheme which replaces the current Cosmic Black colour. Basically, instead of the while and black dual tone paint scheme, the body panels feature a blacked out treatment with maroon graphics. The baby GS, on the other hand, comes in a new metallic blue colour that will substitute the current Racing red paint finish.
BMW S 1000 R and S 1000 RR:
BMW’s litre-class streetfighter and supersport also receive cosmetic updates. The former is offered in a refreshing new San Marino Blue metallic livery which takes place of the Racing Red/Black Storm metallic colour.
The recently launched S 1000 RR gets a metallic blue livery and a unique ‘Carbon Package’ which includes carbon fibre front and rear fender, upper fairing, side panel (L&R), a chain guard and a sprocket cover.
BMW K 1600 B and K 1600 GTL:
The touring range gets a similar treatment along with a couple of extra features. The bagger, for instance, comes in a Hockenheim Metallic Silver livery while the K 1600 GTL comes with three new styles - Blue Planet metallic/Ivory, Stardust metallic and Black Storm metallic.
Existing colours like the Blue Planet metallic, Sparkling Storm metallic and Light white for the tourer will be discontinued. Customers can also opt for saddle brown or dark brown seats as optional extras which will be on offer for all available colours schemes. Aside from this, both motorcycles now feature blacked out switches and a reverse gear as standard.
BMW F 750 GS, F 850 GS and F 850 GS Adventure:
The F 750 GS and the F 850 GS range available in the European market will benefit from a 15 per cent price reduction on optional equipment list. This comprises of Dynamic ESA, Riding modes Pro, Comfort and Dynamic packages. That said, it’s unclear if the discounts will be offered on India-spec models.
BMW R 1250 GS and R 1250 GS Adventure:
Customers can opt for cross-spoked wheels in either gold or black on any of the R 1250 GS models.
BMW R nineT – all models:
ASC (Automatic Stability Control) which was earlier part of the optional equipment now comes as standard on the entire BMW R nineT range.
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