The new BMW R 1300 GS officially debuts, a model for which there was much anticipation and for which Rumors and spy photos have been circulating for some time. The German manufacturer has decided to profoundly renew its motorbike with many new features. not only of design but also of technique. Prices start from 20,850 euros. In dealerships between December 2023 and January 2024.
For the new R 1300 GS, BMW has created a completely new design that reworks the traditional lines of the GS. The new bike is much more slimmer than in the past, with a narrower windshield. sharper and sharper lines lean upwards. At the front, we find a new light cluster made up of two units; LEDs for low beam and high beam and four other units LED for daytime running light and side light. The direction indicators also use LED technology.
With the optional “Headlight Pro” equipment, the light beam of the standard full LED headlight transforms into a curve based on the bank position. In this way, the curve is almost completely illuminated because it is the light moves towards the direction of the motorbike.
The motorbike can count on a new aluminum tankwhich has a much larger hump flat compared to previous models whose line, says BMW, "is largely responsible for the very dynamic, light and accessible appearance of the new R 1300 GS”. The new model will be available in the Triple Black, GS Trophy and Option 719 Tramuntana variants.
BMW has worked a lot on reducing weight and the new R 1300 GS weighs 12 kg less than the previous model . The beating heart of the motorbike is always a two-cylinder boxer engine. The unit with 1.3 liters of displacement it is capable of delivering 107 kW (145 HP)at 7,750 rpm with a torque of 149 Nm at 6,500 rpm.
The German manufacturer has also revised the main shell frame in sheet steel which now offers levels of rigidity ; more higher than the previous model. As for the rear frame, the previous tubular steel structure is been replaced by a die-cast aluminum structure.
The new EVO Telelever front wheel guide with flex element and the new EVO Paralever rear wheel guide guarantee precise steering and stability. even greater gear range.
The new electronic suspension adjustment is has been refined to further improve driving dynamics both alone and as a couple and with luggage.
The new Electronic Dynamic Suspension Adjustment (DSA) now goes a step further, combining dynamic adjustment of the front and rear damping with a corresponding adjustment of the spring K coefficient ("spring stiffness"), depending on the driving mode. selected driving, driving conditions and manoeuvres. The automatic adjustment of the spring support ensures load compensation.
The motorcycle also features adaptive vehicle height controlwhich offers fully automatic adjustment of the vehicle height based on the conditions of use. The new BMW R 1300 GS offers the rider the possibility of to be able to use four modes guide. More specifically, the methods driving "Rain" and "Road" allow you to adapt the driving characteristics to most road conditions. With the “Eco” driving style, on the other hand, is It is possible to obtain maximum autonomy with a single tank of fuel, while the of additional "Enduro" driving allows you to improve the riding experience off the beaten track with a specific configuration for off-road use.
Speaking of safety, this new two-wheeler is equipped with the new Riding Assistant option, composed of Active Cruise Control (ACC), Front Collision Warning (FCW) and Lane Change Warning (SWW) components.
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