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The highlights of the new BMW M 1000 R.
• M RR shift cam engine, output 154 kW (210 hp) at 13,750 rpm and thus 33 kW (45 hp) more than in the S 1000 R. Maximum torque of 113 Nm at 11,000 rpm (S 1000 R: 114 Nm at 9,250 rpm).
• Shorter secondary gear ratio (sprocket with 47 teeth instead of 45).
• Shorter gear ratios of 4th, 5th and 6th gear.
• Optimised intake system with variable intake funnels for improved charge exchange at high engine speeds.
• Titanium rear silencer.
• M Endurance chain.
• Riding modes "Rain", "Road", "Dynamic", "Race" and "Race Pro1-3" as well as the latest generation of Dynamic Traction Control DTC and DTC wheelie function with 6-axis sensor box.
• Three adjustable throttle characteristics available now for optimum response. "Engine Brake" with triple adjustability of engine drag torque in "Race Pro" mode.
• Brake Slide Assist assists the rider when brake drifting.
• Shift Assistant Pro for fast upshifts and downshifts without using the clutch. Easy reversibility of the shifting scheme for racetrack use.
• Launch Control for perfect race starts and Pit Lane Limiter for keeping to the given speed precisely in the pit lane.
• Hill Start Control Pro for comfortably starting off on inclines.
• M winglets and wind deflectors: Brake later and accelerate earlier, plus more high-speed stability thanks to aerodynamic downforce.
• Engine spoiler.
• Upside-down fork in "All black" design with adjustable spring base in conjunction with standard DDC.
• M brakes on a Dynamic Roadster from BMW Motorrad for the first time: The M R offers maximum braking performance for country roads and race tracks.
• Aluminium forged wheels.
• M Carbon wheels with M- tapes and M- lettering on the rim: High-grade high-tech components deliver maximum performance as part of the M Competition Package.
• M handbrake and clutch lever.
• Adjustable steering damper.
• Milled-over handlebar clamp.
• Compared to the S 1000 R, wider tubular handlebars with laser-etched "BMW M 1000 R" lettering.
• Handlebar end mirrors.
• Main headlamp with illuminated M logo.
• Small number plate holder.
• Instrument cluster with large, perfectly readable 6.5-inch TFT display, start-up animation with M logo and OBD interface for M GPS Datalogger and M GPS Laptrigger that can be used via activation code.
• Rev counter (red area) displayed in a new design.
• Lightweight M battery, rear USB charging socket, powerful LED light units, electronic cruise control and heated grips.
• Keyless Ride Light (ignition only).
• M Design and dynamic design language signal ultimate roadster • performance.
• M Competition Package.
• RDC as standard.
• Extensive range of optional accessories.
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I assume it is the base price? Does BMW actually make a profit from these bikes or are they leading losers? Eye candy to bring folks to the dealerships so they can then sell them a GS, or "just" and R or RR.
 

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I assume it is the base price? Does BMW actually make a profit from these bikes or are they leading losers? Eye candy to bring folks to the dealerships so they can then sell them a GS, or "just" and R or RR.
That is not the base price. You can go on bmwmotorad website and configure one. $21k base, $29k above is fully loaded which undoubtedly most if not all of the ones coming to the US will be anyway….. that’s a staggering $9k less than equivalent M1000RR which you also cannot find not fully loaded here in US. So seems like a deal when you look at it from that perspective.
 
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