BMW Motorrad unveiled several
renewed models at the Eicma 2017. BMW launched its totally renewed BMW F 750 GS.
It features new sleek lines, 853 cc twin-cylinder engine powered with 77 hp and
83 Nm torque and along with a new frame made of steel. This new bike mantains
only some features from the previous version, such as an high level of
versatility and agile handling, even for those bikers who are not very high, as
well as 17” and 19” Aluminium die-cast wheels. The new F 750 GS is now equipped
with two Riding Modes – Road and Rain – ASC stability control system and, of
course, ABS available as a standard.
BWM has increased its 6-cylinder
engine range by introducing the new K 1600 Grand America model, designed with the
concept of the American riding that is a more relaxed riding. The maximum speed
is in fact limited at 162 km/h. Compared to the Bagger, the Grand America has a
more protective plexi, re-designed bags (rear lights are however carefully
integrated) along with comfortable and flat foot rests for the passenger. The
motorcycle is powered by a 6-cylinder engine with an output of 160 hp at 7.750
rpm, generating a maximum torque of?175 Nm at
5.250 rpm. This includes 3 Riding Modes (Rain”, “Road” and “Dynamic”)
and the traction control function DTC is combined individually with each of the
different modes, electronic suspension Dynamic ESA with automatic damping
adaptation, available even on Cruise setting. Some other features include: Hill
Start Control, reverse assist, cruise control, heated grips and seat heating,
audio system and ABS Pro.
Also unveiled was a completely
updated F 850 GS
model. The exclusive in-line twin-cylinder engine is now empowered
with 853 cc and adopts the 270 degrees camshaft phase which is intended to
change its dynamic personality. This machine is now at the top of the mid-sized
enduro segment thanks to an increased power of 95 hp at 8.250 rpm. Even the
chassis area has been strongly revised. It has been enriched with three further
Riding Modes, “Dynamic”, “Enduro”, “Enduro Pro”, available as an optional;
“Rain” and “Road” settings are still maintained.
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