Designed to be the lightest in its class, the new S 1000 R features a four-cylinder engine based on the RR that is 11 lbs lighter, enhancing rideability while still delivering flagship-level performance. The engine produces 165 hp and 84 lb-ft of torque and comes in at a dry weight of just 438 lbs and with the optional M package it loses another 10 lbs. The bike also features an updated suspension, a lighter exhaust system, a new six-axis sensor box, ABS pro for improved safety when braking, DynamicTraction Control, standard "Rain", "Road", and "Dynamic" riding modes, standard Hillstart Control, a new instrument cluster with a 6.5" display, new LED lamps, and a newly designed body.
BMW Motorrad's M 1000 RR is the motorcycle brand's first M model
The high-performance bike is based on the S 1000 RR.
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