BMW Motorrad is looking to launch dozens of new motorcycles in the upcoming months in the Indian market. This is largely due to the fact that the maker had to discontinue most of its higher and lower-capacity motorcycles come BS-VI era.
This time around, the Bavaria-based maker is all set to introduce its new product line-up with upgraded BS-VI-approved engines. So, here’s a list of all the BMW Motorrad motorcycles to expect in the upcoming months.
Take a look for yourself down below.
BMW G 310 GS
The G 310 GS is a small capacity offering from the German automaker right after the G 310 R. The 310 GS takes its design inspiration from the elder Adventure siblings akin the GS snout, a windscreen, upside-down fork, raised suspension, minimal bodywork, and an upright seating position. It is expected to make a comeback with a BS-VI-approved engine.
BMW G 310 R
The G 310 R is the most affordable entry-level offering from the German manufacturer, BMW Motorrad. The G310 R carries the genes of the more premium S 1000 R. The design is aggressive and very BMW like with the motorsport look, muscular fuel tank, and the dynamic front and rear end. At the time of its launch, the G310 R was also the most expensive single cylinder bike on offer in the Indian two-wheeler market.
The BMW R18 is a retro-styled power cruiser from the brand. BMW Cars Motorrad has recently unveiled the R18 in the Indian market and it is expected to arrive on our shores next month. It will be powered by a 1,800cc, air and oil-cooled, boxer-twin motor, which produces 91bhp at 4,750rpm and 158Nm at 3,000rpm.
BMW F 850 GS Adventure
The F 850 GS Adventure – a middleweight adventure touring motorcycle from the Bavarian automaker is basically an F 850 GS with an added Adventure package. The adventure tourer comes with a signature blue and white ‘Style Rallye’ package, larger windshield, larger 23-liter tank, golden finish on rim outline, and a typical BMW top front mudguard. Expect its BS-VI version to arrive soon.
BMW F750 GS
The F750 GS is a middleweight adventure touring motorcycle that was launched alongside the F850 with the aim to bring the touring motorcycles to a wider audience with the F750 being the more affordable of the two. The F750’s design is unmistakably an adventure BMW with the GS typical top front mudguard and a windscreen above a full LED headlamp.
BMW R 1250 GS
The R 1250 GS is one of the top-selling motorcycles globally by the German automaker. The R 1250 GS gets an engine upgrade when compared to the R1200 GS. Other than that, The R 1250 GS, in typical BMW fashion, gets a 6.5-inch colored TFT instrument cluster, hill-start control, traction control, and an all-LED setup.
BMW R 1250 R
The BMW R 1250 R – launched right next to the R 1250 RT – is a naked motorcycle with oodles of tech and character. The R 1250 R is, essentially, a successor to the R 1200 R, now with a newer engine. While the design is nothing short of spectacular, the R 1250 R only gets a few cosmetic tweaks on top of its predecessor.
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BMW R 1250 RT
BMW Motorrad showcased the R 1250 RT, the road-biased version of the R 1250 GS at the 2018 Intermot show in Cologne, Germany. As a matter of fact, the R 1250 RT will sit on the same platform as the R 1250 GS with some aesthetic updates to distinguish it from its adventure-tourer sibling. The R 1250 RT will be powered by BMW’s 1254cc boxer twin engine that produces 136hp and 142Nm of torque. The electronics package of the road-biased Beemer will constitute Hill Start Control, Dynamic Traction Control, and variable Riding Modes.