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The Newest Motorcycle – BMW Super Sport Motorcycle S 1000 RR

BMW Super Sport Motorcycle S 1000 RR 2017 starting at $15,695 (including ABS)

Overview :

An icon among super bikes.

The BMW S 1000 RR led to a revolution in the super sport motorcycle category right from the outset. Thereafter, the bike continued to be developed, its tried and tested concept being honed even further and the latest technology added. Because of its impressive power curve and performance, one constant factor remains: it is still a trailblazer today. The S 1000 RR now comes with Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) as standard for even greater riding dynamics and road safety. It is a thoroughbred among sport bikes – whether on the road or on the racing circuit, and its innovative technology allows you to experience its performance with greater intensity and immediacy than ever.

The look of a winner. Or a high-performer. Or a fighter.

The RR is the epitome of a super bike. With its distinctive design features like the split face and asymmetrical front headlamps, it is instantly recognizable. The razor-sharp fly line gives it a look of extreme clarity, its contours and shapes complementing each other superbly. It radiates a love of straights and bends from the front to the rear and its hunger for high-level performance is plain to see. The RR shares a desire for pure acceleration and speed with you. This model comes in three colors: Granite Grey Metallic with Black Storm Metallic, capturing the dark chasms of the big city to create a breathtaking appearance. Racing Red with Light White, with its red wheel lining, emphasizes the bike’s dynamic performance. The color variants Light White with Lupin Blue Metallic and Racing Red, also with red wheel -trim lines, are a visual indicator of its belonging to the racing sport genre and its place in the BMW motorsport family.

Winning statistics. Powerful performance.

The S 1000 RR’s liquid-cooled four-cylinder in-line engine is capable of 199 hp (146 kW) at 13,500 r.p.m. and a maximum torque of 83 lb-ft at 10,500 r.p.m. Yet even with this level of performance, the standard Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) ensures significantly greater safety. Three standard riding modes (“Rain”, “Sport” and “Race”) ensure optimal coordination of the electronic throttle, ABS, and Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) under various riding conditions. Standard DTC and ABS ensure even greater safety and the electronic throttle enables the bike’s immense power to be dispersed more directly and with more control. With its exceptionally high resolution, the instrument panel provides a clear display of the selected settings along with road speed and engine speed. As a result you have an optimal overview of the RR’s performance and of your settings at all times.

Performance and perfection right down to the finest detail.

The RR is even more refined with the optional accessory Ride Modes Pro, with its two individual modes – “Slick” and “User Mode” as well as cornering-optimized ABS Pro with lean-angle sensor. This model also offers a range of convenience options: Shift Assist Pro enables you to shift gears up or down without having to actuate the clutch. Launch Control and Pit Lane Limiter are also taken straight from the track. The S 1000 RR remains a top class sport super bike on the road and on the track alike.

Technical Data :

 

 

Technology :

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Split face.


ONE LOOK IS ENOUGH.

The RR's sheer power is immediately obvious. Its contours have been drawn very sharply. From the asymmetrically designed split face, the long engine spoiler and the dynamically designed tail section: each element of its shape seems defined by radical speed and expresses an unmistakable urge for forward propulsion. Even at standstill, the gill-shaped recesses in the side trim panel are suggesting the RR's ferocity.

Split face.


The RR's sheer power is immediately obvious. Its contours have been drawn very sharply. From the asymmetrically designed split face, the long engine spoiler and the dynamically designed tail section: each element of its shape seems defined by radical speed and expresses an unmistakable urge for forward propulsion. Even at standstill, the gill-shaped recesses in the side trim panel are suggesting the RR's ferocity.

Display.


MORE AT A GLANCE.

The instrument panel provides a clear display of selected settings along with road speed and engine speed. Here is some of the available functionality: set-up for DDC and race track, banking, DTC-related torque reduction, lap time and lap distance, lap-specific speed, active riding mode, throttle setting, gear changes per lap, etc.

Dynamic traction control (DTC).


PERFECT ADJUSTMENT EVEN DURING BANKING.

DTC (Dynamic Traction Control), which now comes as standard, makes a significant contribution to a high level of riding dynamics and improved road safety. Particularly under fluctuating riding conditions, on surfaces with low levels of adhesion and in case of sudden changes in friction coefficients, DTC Dynamic Traction Control provides invaluable assistance.
Rear wheelspin is detected via the ABS sensors and the angular rate sensor, adjusting the engine control system for the best possible traction. DTC also detects banking and takes this into account during the traction assessment. DTC is individually adjusted for each of the different riding modes to enhance riding safety

Electric throttle.


FINGERTIP CONTROL.

The S 1000 RR is propelled via an electronic throttle. This brings several benefits. The electronic control of the fuel feed means that the relevant throttle valves are operated much more directly. This ride-by-wire system gives the rider better control over the accelerator input. What is more, operating the accelerator is physically easier since there is no mechanical transmission

Riding Modes.


The riding modes Rain, Sport and Race with ABS and DTC come as standard on the new S 1000 RR. Slick and User modes, ABS Pro, Launch Control, and Pit Lane Speed Limiter can also be added with the Ride Modes Pro option. In User mode, the rider can configure various DDC (if equipped) and DTC settings.

Riding Modes.


FOR EVERY ROUTE, FOR EVERY RIDER.

The riding modes Rain, Sport and Race with ABS and DTC come as standard on the new S 1000 RR. Slick and User modes, ABS Pro, Launch Control, and Pit Lane Speed Limiter can also be added with the Ride Modes Pro option. In User mode, the rider can configure various DDC (if equipped) and DTC settings.

Chassis and suspension.


With a sharp steering head angle of 66.5 degrees, a long wheelbase of 56.6" (1,438 mm), the low swing arm pivot, the short fork projection, the wide handlebars and the lightweight tail section, even the chassis and suspension of the S 1000 RR are geared to sheer performance. The suspension geometry provides the rider with an excellent feeling for the front area. The high level of agility, easy handling, mechanical grip on the rear wheel and feedback on the rear wheel's limit range just underline the intensive riding experience of the S 1000 RR.

Chassis and suspension.


AGILITY AND TRACTION PERFECTED.

With a sharp steering head angle of 66.5 degrees, a long wheelbase of 56.6" (1,438 mm), the low swing arm pivot, the short fork projection, the wide handlebars and the lightweight tail section, even the chassis and suspension of the S 1000 RR are geared to sheer performance. The suspension geometry provides the rider with an excellent feeling for the front area. The high level of agility, easy handling, mechanical grip on the rear wheel and feedback on the rear wheel's limit range just underline the intensive riding experience of the S 1000 RR.

Engine.


The liquid-cooled four-cylinder in-line engine of the S 1000 RR is capable of an astonishing 199 hp (146 kW) at 13,500 r.p.m. and a maximum torque of 83 lb-ft (113 Nm) at 10,500 r.p.m. Yet with this sort of power curve, from 4,500 r.p.m onwards, attention needs to paid to its persistent dynamic unfurling. Its throttle valves are electronically controlled using the new electromotive throttle actuator technology.

Pro shift assistant.


Gear Shift Assist Pro is a feature known and loved by racing riders, which makes shifting gears up or down simpler.

For you too as a rider, this optional accessory will ensure numerous benefits, making it easier for you to keep your hand on the handlebars when braking sharply or shifting gears. In addition, load change impact on the rear wheel is considerably reduced, leading to better lane retention. And last but not least, Gear Shift Assist Pro also reduces shifting time. You'll learn to love it

Forged wheels.


FROM THE RACE CIRCUIT TO THE ROAD.

Tires and wheels define the contact with the road surface. HP aluminum forged wheels save a significant amount of weight while increasing agility and are available as a factory option or accessory


Needless to say the now standard dynamic traction control (DTC) is precisely aligned to the tire material so that they perform as optimally as possible during forward propulsion.

Forged wheels.


FROM THE RACE CIRCUIT TO THE ROAD.

Tires and wheels define the contact with the road surface. HP aluminum forged wheels save a significant amount of weight while increasing agility and are available as a factory option or accessory


Needless to say the now standard dynamic traction control (DTC) is precisely aligned to the tire material so that they perform as optimally as possible during forward propulsion.

Exhaust system.


The rear silencer with dual flow results in increased torque within the lower engine speed range as well as an improvement in the charge cycle. This also reduces exhaust gas back pressure for increased power.

DYNAMIC DAMPING CONTROL (DDC).


SET-UP IN MILLISECONDS.

Dynamic Damping Control (or DDC for short) is an electronic control unit which adjusts the suspension automatically to the given situation. At intervals of 10 milliseconds the DDC control unit processes a wealth of information such as traction, banking and damper feedback. For you as a rider, this means the RR has the optimum set-up for damper compression and rebound at all times. Compromises in the suspension settings are now a thing of the past.

 

 

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