The 2019 BMW S1000 RR looks more compact and mature and now has a shorter rear tail section
Back in September the upcoming 2019 BMW S1000RR was leaked through some patent images which gave us an idea of the design details of the motorcycle. Recently the images of the production-spec 2019 BMW S1000RR have been leaked online. As you all can notice the motorcycle has been completely revealed in these new set of images which gives us a sneak peek of the litre class motorcycle even before its official launch.
There is no doubt in the fact that the S1000RR dominated the Litre Class bike segment around the world with its presence, power, and technology. However, this new motorcycle certainly received a completely new design language along with component and hardware upgrades which will help it to stay on the top of its game like always.
As far as its styling is concerned gone are those asymmetrical headlamp setups which we have seen in the earlier motorcycle. The asymmetrical headlamps now have been replaced with a more conventional headlamp design on both sides. The front fascia of the S1000RR also looks more mature and matches with the overall profile of the motorcycle.
The motorcycle still retains the side air vents which we can understand has been kept for better air circulation through the engine area. We also feel that the motorcycle now looks a bit more compact and has a shorter and neat looking rear tail section which perhaps has been done purposefully to make it lighter and easily manoeuvrable.
Although not many details about the engine are available at this moment few reports online suggest that BMW has perhaps made some serious mechanical changes to the motorcycles 999 cc, inline four cylinders, four strokes 16 Valve DOHC unit. These changes have been carried out to give it more power upgrade. Expect the new S1000 RR to produce at least 15 Hp more power than the current motorcycle.
The new 2019 BMW S 1000 RR will be launched in the International market sometime towards the end of 2018. BMW will introduce the motorcycle in India towards early 2019. The S1000 RR competes with some other strong rivals like the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R and the Yamaha R1 here in India.
2019 BMW S 1000 RR Image Gallery