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BMW S1000R: What Makes The Devil Roar!

BMW S 1000 R

BMW Motorrad India recently launched the S 1000 R in India. Along with three variants, the naked roadster is available with a plethora of electronic and mechanical upgrades. The German manufacturer has ensured to offer class-leading features at a competitive price. Here are some of the best ones:

  1. It is derived from the BMW S 1000 RR and enhances its character as a dynamic roadster. 
  2. The ‘tail up – nose down’ look gives the all-new BMW S 1000 R a significant visual impact along with its new body elements. 
  3. The new LED headlamp lends an even more muscular look. The fuel tank side panels, the tank centre cover, the side panels in the shape of a stylised ‘R’ and the engine spoiler have also been redesigned.
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  4. It also gets a reversible handlebar clamp for increased reach and better riding position and options for seat height adjustment.
  5. In addition to the primary colour Racing Red non-metallic, the M Motorsport paint finishes are available with the Style Sport and the M package options. 
  6. The S 1000 R is the first model in BMW Motorrad’s portfolio to inherit the iconic colours of the all-new BMW M 1000 RR.
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  7. The exclusive M Motorsport paint finish is reserved for the M package with the base colour Light White non-metallic in combination with Light Blue, Dark Blue and Red.
  8.  The S 1000 R is fitted with a newly developed 999cc, water-cooled 4-cylinder in-line engine. 
  9. It is based on the all-new BMW S 1000 RR engine and generates 165 hp of maximum power and 114 Nm of peak torque.
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  10. The bike has a 0-100 Km time of 3.2 seconds and can achieve an electronically limited maximum speed of 250 km/h.
  11. It features a ‘Flex Frame’, which is the optimum interplay between the frame design and the engine as a load-bearing element. It improves the aerodynamics of the motorcycle and helps keep the weight low.
  12. The BMW S 1000 R is fitted with the four modes ‘Rain’, ‘Road’, ‘Dynamic’ and ‘Dynamic Pro’ as standard. These enable individual adaptation of the most diverse control functions such as Engine (throttle), Engine Brake, Traction Control, Wheelie-Control, ABS and ABS Pro to suit the rider’s own skill level and riding style.
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