BMW M1000RR 50 Years M Edition, for the heart of Bavarian love

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the BMW “M” brand, a favorite German manufacturer today releases the BMW M1000RR 50 Years M Edition Superbike.

Already based on spicy BMW M1000RRIn the glory of all carbon fiber, the 50 Years M Edition model is widely used, with a light silver anodized aluminum swingarm, M GPS lap trigger, M durable chain, passenger seat and seat cover. Brings aluminum and carbon parts.

With “Sao Paulo Yellow”, you can get any color.

The rest of the BMW M1000RR 50 Years M Edition is basically a standard BMW M1000RR Superbike, and of course not bland.

The 4-cylinder 999cc engine produces peak torque of 209hp (156 kW) and 83lbs • ft (113 Nm), and thanks to the carbon wings and wheels, scales the entire machine for immediate riding at 423lbs.

On the electronics side, in addition to the three Race Pro modes, there are four standard ride modes (Rain, Road, Dynamic, Race). All of these are connected to a 6-axis IMU with dynamic traction control.

BMW also has two adjustable throttle curves so you can adjust the engine response. In addition, RacePro mode has three engine braking maps.

As with the Launch Control, Pit Lane Limiter and Hill Start Control Pro features, an up / down quick shifter is standard equipment. However, BMW will pay out a few more coins if it wants to use the data logging feature.

The price is set at a suggested retail price of $ 36,995. This falls into the $ 32,495 for the bike, plus the $ 4,500 for the required 50-year M package. This is where the M1000RR will embark on pricing after being given the usual specifications.

The BMW M1000RR 50 Years M Edition will arrive at dealers in the United States from the third quarter of 2022.

Source: BMW Motorrad USA BMW M1000RR 50 Years M Edition, for the heart of Bavarian love

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