The BMW S1000RR is known as one of the fastest motorcycles in the Superbike class. It was first launched at the spectacular Portimao race track, in Portugal, three years back. According to the guys over at panish website SoyMotero.net, the Bavarian is set to launch the new “High Performance 4” version of the S1000RR in September this year.
The picture above shows how cool the BMW S1000RR HP4 is. The 2013 BMW S1000RR is reportly will feature revised engine mapping, with power is said going up to 200-205bhp.
The BMW S1000RR HP4 also will get race-spec Ohlins electronically adjustable suspension, an Akrapovic titanium exhaust system, launch control, revised seven-setting traction contro, race-ABS with upgraded Brembo monobloc brakes, forged alloy wheels (carbon fibre wheels might also be offered), updated electronics for the bike’s multi-stage traction control system and a new digital dashboard. Most of 2013 BMW S1000RR HP4’s parts will make use carbon fibre, making it 20 lbs lighter than the regular BMW S1000RR HP4. The aluminium twin-spar chassis of the superbike are expected to get some upgrades.
No more information yet. The 2013 BMW S1000RR HP4 is expected will come with a price tag of about 20,000 euros.
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