These include new colours and enhanced standard and optional equipment across all models, to be available later this year
BMW Motorrad’s model year 2021 line-up will feature a host of styling and equipment upgrades to be effective after August 2020 in gradual phases. The R 1250 series will see new colour options and the ABS disengage capability has been dropped. More optional equipment includes driving modes pro with engine drag torque control, option 719 milled parts and HP silencer replaced by sports silencer. Reversing aid and adaptive turning lights are now standard equipment on the K 1600 series. It also gets tyre pressure control RDC and daytime running light as standard fit. Tour package content has been enhanced with LED auxiliary headlights and engine protection bars. Safety aid has been dropped from the K 1600 series.
BMW S 1000 RR gets new paint finishes and the same standard equipment as before. However, a lot of optional kit is now on offer, like sports silencer, M milled parts and an expanded sports package. The supersport machine also gets M GPS Laptrigger, which uses an activation code to enable a GPS sensor to send a signal to the instrument cluster. This allows the data-logger to trigger the lap timer through a GPS instead of manually. A new tank cover and card pocket in body colour are now available in the BMW S 1000 XR along with a new titanium sports silencer. The tour package too has been expanded with a new luggage rack with an integrated holder for 30l and 49l topcase. Additionally, M milled parts are available for the S 1000 XR as optional equipment. The BMW R 18 can now be ordered with an optional cruise control system with a steering damper.