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BMW showcases its new motorcycles to EICMA

Thursday, November 7, 2019

BMW Motorrad introduced its newest models to its fans at EICMA 2019, the biggest motorcycle fair in Europe.

F 900 R and F 900 XR, which is prepared to be one of the newest representatives of BMW in the middle segment, made its world presentation in EICMA 2019. The new BMW S 1000 XR, which underwent a thorough refurbishment operation, also made its debut at the fair.

In addition to the latest mass production models, BMW Motorrad exhibited its concept motorcycles, which provided insight into the future models of the brand. The BMW Motorrad Concept R 18/2, inspired by boxer engines, has a more modern version of the BMW Motorrad Concept R 18 introduced in early summer. The BMW Motorrad Concept R 18/2, with its large 2-cylinder 1800 cc boxer engine, features a modern air and oil cooling design inspired by the aesthetics of the 1960s.

Brand new BMW F 900 R and F 900 XR Series

BMW Motorrad's biggest surprise in the EICMA 2019 was the dynamic roadster F 900 R and the F 900 XR in the Adventure Sport segment. Focusing on the mid-segment, which is increasing in popularity with each passing day, BMW Motorrad manages to offer high-end driving pleasure and advanced technology in both models developed specifically for this segment. These two models, which basically share the same infrastructure, are able to offer quite different driving characters. F 900 R, which is more aggressive and appealing to those looking for sporty use, stands out with its pleasant sound, high torque and a daily motorcycle.

Competition in the middle class will be heated

BMW F 900 XR, another of BMW's new mid-range representatives, offers sportiness and long-distance pleasure. Developed with the inspiration of the BMW S 1000 XR, the BMW F 900 XR combines sporty driving dynamics with GS-like ergonomics that are essential to the Adventure Sport segment, giving the driver and aftershock a unique pleasure on long journeys. Both models come with a 6.5-inch color TFT display as standard, making it easy to talk by phone, listen to music or track navigation information. Thanks to its high lighting capacity, the indicators can be followed easily in all kinds of road and light conditions.

Re-sets standards

The F 900 XR will also redefine standards in the mid-segment with features such as Adaptive Bend Lighting from the upper segment, keyless driving and the Intelligent Emergency Call System. Both models feature LED differences and connectivity, as well as ESA, Riding Modes Pro which allows the selection of driving modes, Gear Assist Assistant for fast gear change, ABS Pro, MSR, DTC, DBC and RDC are optional. . Both models feature Riding Modes, which allow you to choose between the ‘Rain’ and ‘Road’ driving modes, as well as the ABS and the ASC, which provides stability control, as standard. The BMW F 900 R and F 900 XR feature a new in-line two-cylinder engine, which was previously used in the F 850 ​​GS, but has been specially modified for these two models. The new engine has been increased from 853 cc to 895 cc and produces 105 hp and maximum torque of 112 Nm. The MSR system offered in the BMW F 900 XR prevents the rear wheel from locking during braking. In this way, the F 900 XR is much safer.

The new BMW S 1000 XR

The BMW S 1000 XR, the representative of BMW's most preferred Adventure Sport bike segment, also met motorcycle fans for the first time in EICMA 2019 after a comprehensive makeover operation. The new BMW S 1000 XR weighs only 226 kg, which is 10 kg lighter than its predecessor, thanks to the renovation of the engine and suspension systems. In addition to the new BMW S 1000 XR, Dynamic ESA, riding modes Pro, ABS Pro & DTC and Hill Start Control Pro; It stands out with its 6.5 inch color TFT display and full LED lighting. The in-line 4-cylinder engine used in the new BMW S 1000 XR, which also serves on the BMW S 1000 RR, BMW's fastest motorcycle, has been completely overhauled. The power unit, which produces 165 hp at 11,000 rpm and 114 Nm at 9,250 rpm, stands out for much more efficient handling....

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