Recently, BMW has continued to introduce the BMW S 1000 R 2021 model. The car has an eye-catching appearance and is equipped with a 999 cc 4-cylinder engine, producing 163 horsepower capacity, with a price of 14,400 euros.
BMW recently officially introduced to the market the naked bike S 1000 R 2021 model. Overall, this model is quite similar to the F 900 R launched not long ago. The car gets rid of the traditional asymmetric lights. Instead, it is a polygonal type with LED daylight strip.
BMW equips the S 1000 R 2021 with a 6.5-inch LCD digital dashboard. This watch has a high contrast, giving the driver a clear view even in bright sunny conditions. The watch is integrated with BMW Motorrad Connectivity, which connects to a smartphone to control features such as call receiving / canceling, navigation, multimedia control …
The vehicle is equipped with a 6-axis inertial measurement system to assist with features such as anti-lift front wheel, cornering variable ABS Pro brakes and traction control.
Three standard driving modes of the car include: Rain, Road and Dynamic. In which, Dynamic Pro mode option allows adjustment of the front wheel lift prevention, brake assist, engine brake.
Powering the BMW S 1000 R 2021 comes from an inline 4-cylinder engine that produces 165 hp at 11,000 rpm and 115 Nm of peak torque at 9,250 rpm. Combined with the engine is an upgraded 6-speed gearbox to reduce noise and reduce fuel consumption. This engine system can help the car accelerate 0-200 km / h in 8 seconds, 5% faster than the old model.
BMW Motorrad claims the S 1000 R 2021 is currently the lightest naked bike sport in its segment with a weight of 199 kg for the base version and the higher version weighing 202kg.
The BMW S 1000 R 2021 will be available in dealers in Germany from May 2021 at a price of around 14,400 euros. S 1000 R competes with Ducati Streetfighter V4, MV Agusta Brutale 1000, Yamaha MT-10 …
BMW Motorrad is a famous German car manufacturer. BMW Motorrad motorbikes are always appreciated for their quality as well as possessing a simple but very powerful and aggressive appearance.
However, BMW Motorrad models still have technical errors that must be recalled.
Previously, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said it had conducted a recall involving 16,926 BMW Motorrad motorcycles produced between 2005 and 2012 and distributed distribution to consumers.
The models recalled include BMW K1300 S, GT produced from 2009 to 2011; R 1200 R, GT, ST series produced from 2005 – 2011, BMW HP2 Enduro, Megamoto, Sport versions produced from 2006 to 2010; BMW K 1200 R Sport, S, GT produced from 2005 – 2008 and K 1600 GT, GTL produced in 2012.
The reason these models receive the recall orders is a faulty fuel pump system, which can leak fuel and lead to the risk of fire during use.
Therefore, BMW Motorrad has issued a recall notice for the purpose of safety for users as well as ensuring the prestige and quality of the vehicle.