- K1600GT Body Colors (2): Vermilion Red Metallic and Light Grey Metallic, with engine finish in Platinum Metallic Matt and frame finish in Ostra Grey Metallic.
- K1600GTL Body Colours (2): Mineral Silver Metallic and Royal Blue Metallic, with engine finish in Platinum Metallic Matt and frame finish in Magnesium Metallic Matt.
* Seat Heating.
* Cruise Control.
* ABS Brakes.
* Xenon Headlight.
* On Board Computer.
* LED Indicator Lights and Rear Light.
* Removable rear panniers in body colour with rear backflow function.The K1600GTL, with an MSRP of $27,225, the new flagship of BMW Motorrad (in addition to the equipment listed for the GT), distinguishes itself with an array of additional standard equipment including: * A single-section seat with wider seat area lower seat height (750mm) for the rider, and more padding in the passenger seat area.
* Revised rider footrests and handlebar placement, along with an adjustable shift lever, to accommodate the lower riding position.
* 49L topcase with wider "comfort" backrest and integrated second brake light.
* Wider "comfort" windshield.
* Audio system with Bluetooth Control Interface (connection for rider and passenger), GPS and Satellite radio preparation and control of the integrated navigation unit (optional accessory) from the handlebars. The audio system is housed in a lockable, waterproof compartment on the right side of the cockpit.
* Matching frame and engine color.
* Discreet yet elegant chrome features including w/shield mount covers, air foil wings, handlebar weights, pannier and top case trim and cladding tubes of rear silencer. BMW R1200RBMW’s boxer-engined R1200R roadster gets an engine upgrade for 2011, now powered by the same latest-generation DOHC flat-twin engine as it’s R1200GS and RT stablemates. Equipped with two overhead chain-driven camshafts per cylinder and dual spark plugs, the new 1,170 cc engine embodies a smoother torque curve with an increase in maximum torque from 85 – 88 lb-ft at 6,000 rpm, while the (unchanged)110 horsepower occurs at 7,750 rpm (previously 7,500 rpm) and the overall range of useful engine speed increased by 500 rpm to a maximum 8,500 rpm.The 2011 R1200R also benefits from a range of technical and ergonomic enhancements: * completely redesigned front forks with a greater standpipe diameter (now 41 mm instead of the earlier 35 mm) for even greater stability.
* redesigned exhaust system with an electronically-controlled flap for more muscular sound.
* redesigned symmetrical cockpit with two round analog instruments.
* new headlight cover and revised side sections.
* revised seat modeled after the optional "comfort" seat.
* All-new cast light-alloy wheels
* standard centre standThe updated 2011 BMW R1200R debuts with an MSRP of $15,100, and is also available with the optional "Classic" Package ($1,000), which incorporates metallic sapphire black paintwork in conjunction with a center stripe in plain alpine white extending over the tank and front wheel and components like the Telelever, drivetrain, cylinder head covers, frame, and fork finished in silver. The paint scheme further complements the chrome-plated mirrors, wire spoked wheels and chrome plated stainless steel exhaust of the Classic Package.In addition to being available with optional ABS, ASC and ESA, the R1200R is also available with four seat height options – a High Comfort Seat at 830mm, a regular High Seat at 830mm, an 800mm Sport Seat and and 760mm Low Seat included with the factory-installed 750mm Lowering Kit ($225). BMW G650GS EnduroThe BMW G650GS Enduro, an evolution of the iconic former single-cylinder BMW F650GS, rejoined the lineup in 2010 as the G650GS, and rides into 2011 with thoroughly updated bodywork, sporty new cockpit design with asymmetrical headlight module, new instrument cluster and dynamic new colour schemes.With an MSRP of $8,800, the 2011 G650GS continues to be powered by the familiar 652cc liquid-cooled four-valve DOHC powerplant little changed from its predecessor, featuring BMW’s Digital Motor Electronics and fuel injection, closed-loop catalytic convertor and high-performance cylinder head technology. Producing 50 bhp at 6,500 and maximum torque of 44 ft-lb at 4,800 rpm, the G650GS not only provides sparkling acceleration, but also delivers a modest fuel consumption rating of 3.2 l/100km.Power transmission is maintained by the proven five-speed gearbox and an O-ring chain drive while the familiar bridge frame supports a steel swing arm, telescopic forks, and monoshock (spring travel front 170 mm, rear 165 mm). Dynamic new cast light alloy wheels, with a 2.50 X 19" front and a wider 3.50 x 17" rear, enhance both appearance and riding stability.With single discs employed front and rear, the latest generation two-channel ABS system, weighing only 1.5 kg, is optional and can be deactivated for off-road use. Dual-level heated grips are standard equipment.The G650GS has a standard seat height of 780mm, while an optional 820mm high seat is available, along with a (factory-installed) 750mm lowering kit.A Myriad of color and detail changes for several 2011 BMW models.Keeping several BMW Motorrad models fresh for 2011, dramatic new colors and color combinations find there way into the lineup, also with individual detail changes:BMW F800RThree new colors: Shine Yellow Metallic, Granite Grey Metallic and a combination of Alpine White/Lupin Blue/Magma Red. Previous colors discontinued.Note: The Chris Pfeiffer Edition has been discontinued.BMW F800STTwo new colors: Sapphire Black Metallic and a combination of Light Grey Metallic/Sapphire Black Metallic/Granite Grey Metallic. Previous colors discontinued.BMW R1200GSNew color: Triple Black – includes swingarm, rear frame and valve covers in Asphalt Grey Metallic with engine and front fork in Black. Black cross-spoke wheels are also included in this package ($600).BMW S1000RRTwo new colors: Shine Yellow Metallic and Light Grey Metallic. Previous colours discontinued.Note: Drop sensor is now standard equipment.BMW K1300RTwo new colors: Acid Green Metallic and a combination of Black Silk shining/Granite Grey Metallic.Note: new Dynamic Package, including: Sport Wheels, Gear Shift Assistant, ESA II, OBC and new Sport Windshield.BMW K1300STwo new color combinations: Magma Red/Sapphire Black Metallic and Lupin Blue/Alpine White/Sapphire Black Metallic. Previous colors discontinued.The balance of the BMW Motorrad lineup carries over into model year 2011 unchanged, with the total BMW Motorrad lineup now numbering fifteen models. Notable exceptions are the G450X and HP2 Sport, which are now discontinued.A full price list for 2011 models, along with product guides and photos for the the new K1600GT, K1600GTL, G650GS and R1200R are included as attachments with this press release.BMW Group in CanadaBMW Group Canada, based in Richmond Hill, Ontario, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of BMW AG and is responsible for the distribution of BMW luxury performance automobiles, Sports Activity Vehicles, Motorcycles, and MINI. BMW Group Financial Services Canada is a division of BMW Group Canada and offers retail financing and leasing programs and protection products on new and pre-owned BMW and MINI automobiles, as well as retail financing for new and pre-owned BMW Motorcycles. A total network of 41 BMW automobile retail centers, 19 BMW motorcycle retailers, and 26 MINI retailers represents the BMW Group across the country.