2023 BMW S1000RR: BMW’s new superbike revealed, more powerful than before, these things have changed too

2023 BMW S1000RR: BMW’s new superbike revealed, more powerful than before, these things have changed too

2023 BMW S1000RR: Like BMW’s car, the company’s motorcycle is also stylish and quite expensive. Although not everyone can afford them, consumers are eager to learn about them through social media. These bikes grab a lot of headlines. BMW Motorrad has now globally unveiled the new S1000RR superbike for 2023. It gets many upgrades in terms of power, better aerodynamics, safety features and technology. With the new updates, the BMW S1000RR is priced at £17895 (Rs 15,46,890 approx) in the international market. The motorcycle now also gets three new liveries that make the 2023 model different from the old model. However, the S1000RR shares some common components with the more expensive race-only M1000R model. These include the M-spec chassis kit, which allows the use and adjustment of swing arm swing height and a lightweight Li-ion battery.

The wings on the motorcycle’s front fairing generate up to 10 kg of downforce depending on the speed at which the rider is operating. This extra weight helps to counteract the tendencies of the wheels during acceleration. It also means that the traction control doesn’t have to be too involved. Thus helping riders achieve faster lap times. The rear sections have been redesigned to become lighter and sportier. The license plate holder is now shorter. In terms of accessories, the bike gets a new cam cover and a durable seat.

The bike has a powerful engine

BMW now offers an M battery and a USB charging socket as standard. It now gets more features in a 6.5-inch TFT screen and a new tachometer display. The TFT screen can be controlled using the multi-controller located on the left handlebar. The bike comes with ABS Pro but now also gets W Brake Assist and ABS Pro features for smooth tuning. The new slick setting is made specifically for slick tires without a tread. The new brake slide assist feature allows the rider to slide from the rear before the system kicks in.

The bike is powered by a 1,000 cc four-cylinder engine that now generates 210 hp. maximum power at 13750 rpm and torque of 113 Nm at 11000 rpm. Power output increased by 2 HP. In addition, another change that the manufacturer has made is the new geometry of the intake opening and the BMW Shiftcam technology. It also has a shorter secondary gear ratio for more rear wheel traction. Deliveries of the 2023 BMW S1000RR are proposed for January next year.

IndianLekhak Editor

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