News 2011 BMW Motorcycles | New Paint Options

2011 BMW Motorcycles | New Paint Options

Motorcycle Previews

A number of facelift measures will be integrated in the BMW Motorrad program for the model year 2011. The relevant models can all be ordered from BMW motorcycle dealerships with immediate effect.

BMW F 800 ST

The 2011 the BMW F 800 ST streetbike is available in the following new paint finishes:

* Sapphire black metallic

* Light grey metallic/Sapphire black metallic/Granite grey metallic

The paint finishes Night blue metallic and Champagne metallic are no longer available.

BMW F 800 R

The 2011 the BMW F 800 R nake motorcycle is available in the following new paint finishes:

* Bright yellow metallic/Black satin gloss

* Granite grey metallic/Black satin gloss

* Alpine white/Lupin blue metallic/Magma red

The paint finishes Fire orange and White aluminum metallic as well as the special model “Chris Pfeiffer” are no longer available.

BMW K 1300 S

The 2011 the BMW K 1300 S sport touring motorcycle is available in the following new paint finishes:

* Magma red/Sapphire black metallic

* Lupin blue metallic/Alpine white/Sapphire black metallic

The paint finishes Lava orange metallic and Sapphire black metallic/Granite grey metallic/Magma red are no longer available.

BMW K 1300 R

The 2011 the BMW K 1300 R muscle bike is available in the following new paint finishes:

* Acid green metallic/Black satin gloss

* Black satin gloss/Granite grey metallic matt

The paint finishes Lava orange metallic and Silk metallic are no longer available.

BMW S 1000 RR

The 2011 the BMW S 1000 RR superbike is available in the following new paint finishes:

* Shine yellow metallic

* Light grey metallic

The paint finishes Mineral silver metallic and Acid green metallic are no longer available.

BMW R 1200 RT

From model year 2011 the audio platform of the BMW R 1200 RT, available as a special equipment feature, will be extended to include a number of interesting functions.

The system is now also fitted with a Bluetooth interface and the directory functions have been optimized. For the USA and Canada a satellite radio is now included in the option.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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