2017 BMW S 1000 RR First Look & Photo GalleryThe BMW S 1000 RR—first offered in 2009—received some major updates in 2015, including a more powerful engine with 83 ft/lbs of torque @ 10,500 rpm and 199 horsepower @ 13,500 rpm, which was up six from the previous generation.
1. Adaptation to EU4 requirements
2. ABS Pro as a new element of the optional equipment item “Riding Modes Pro.”
3. DTC as standard.
4. The new RR now as standard as a single-seat model with passenger seat cover. The optional passenger package is available free of charge as an alternative.
5. Well-established color concepts Racing Red non-metallic/Lightwhite non-metallic and BMW Motorsport (Lupine Blue metallic/Lightwhite non-metallic/Racing Red non-metallic), though in a new design.
6. New color variant Granite Grey metallic/Blackstorm metallic.
7. Design Option Wheels with red rim lines now included as standard as part of the color concepts Racing Red non-metallic/Lightwhite non-metallic and BMW Motorsport.For additional information, visit BMW Motorrad USA.