Donnerstag, 08. Dezember 2016


The New BMW R 1200 RT

(lifePR) (München, ) Overview of the main features of the new R 1200 RT:

- New, even more dynamic engine with two overhead camshafts per cylinder.

- Maximum torque increased to 120 Nm (88 lb-ft) at 6,000 rpm, maximum output remaining at 81 kW (110 hp) at 7,750 rpm.

- Increase in maximum engine speed from 8,000 to 8,500 rpm, with an even broader useful range of engine speed.

- Significantly improved torque, traction, pulling force, and acceleration.

- Even more spontaneous and direct response with optimum dosage of power and significantly improved load change behaviour.

- Torque curve even smoother and more homogeneous.

- Cylinder head covers now with two instead of four fastening bolts and in new, even more dynamic design.

- Electronically controlled exhaust flap for superior and powerful sound.

- ESA II Electronic Suspension Adjustment with damping, spring base and now also spring rate adjustable at the touch of a button.

- BMW Motorrad Integral ABS featured as standard in the partly integrated version.

- Fairing in new design with protection from wind and weather improved once again.

- Re-designed cockpit with visor.

- New control units and hydraulic reservoir.

- Electronically controlled windshield with optimised aeroacoustics and improved transparency.

- New audio system with controllable interface for a USB/MP3 and iPod, operated through the Multi-Controller.

- Adjustable footshift lever.

- Hard-shell cases (each with a capacity of 32 litres) featured as standard, with accurately fitting four-point lock system and cover finished in body colour.

- Tank railing for conveniently fastening accessories.

- New colours for the R 1200 RT: Polar metallic, Ostra Grey metallic matt, Thunder Grey metallic, multi-colour paintwork in conjunction with Thunder Grey metallic base colour.

- Extended range of optional extras and special equipment tailored to the R 1200 RT, naturally in top BMW quality.
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