Monday, July 07, 2014

2015 BMW K1300S Motorsport unveiled

2015 BMW K1300S Motorsport 2015 BMW K1300S Motorsport
2015 BMW K1300S Motorsport 2015 BMW K1300S Motorsport
2015 BMW K1300S Motorsport 2015 BMW K1300S Motorsport 2015 BMW K1300S Motorsport
The special edition 2015 BMW K1300S Motorsport. Not cutting-edge stuff, but 175bhp is 175bhp... should be plenty fast for most people...

For those who want a big, mega-fast sports-tourer but do not, for some reason, want the magical Kawasaki ZX-14R, there's the quirky-but-capable BMW K1300S. And for 2015, BMW have announced a new special edition K1300S - the K1300S Motorsport. The bike remains unchanged mechanically, but does get red and blue paint accents on its black and white bodywork, a tinted windshield, HP wheels and footpegs and an Akrapovic exhaust system. ABS is standard, of course. The bike is available in Europe from 1st August this year. Yours, for a mere 19,950 euros, including 19% VAT.

More high-res pics of the 2015 BMW K1300S Motorsport, and many high-res pics of the entire 2015 BMW motorcycle line-up, after the jump...

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The K1300S Motorsport's red and blue paint accents have got to be worth an extra kph or two in the corners. Probably.

And here are official high-res pics of all the other 2015 BMW motorcycles - the F700GS, F800GS, F800GT, R1200GS, R1200RT and K1600GT. Not too many mechanical changes, just a few new paintjobs and some optional extras like a keyless ride system, a shift assistant system that allows clutchless upshifts and downshifts, traction control on the K1600GT and a lowered seat and lowered suspension on the R1200GS. We'd still take the BMW HP4 though...!
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