German motorcycle maker BMW Motorrad has officially unveiled their all-new 2013 HP4 motorcycle based on their award-winning S1000RR superbike.
BMW claim that it is the lightest 4-cylinder supersports motorcycle in its segment. Equipped with Race ABS, lighter carbon parts, lighter battery, an all new titanium exhaust and forged wheels, the bike tips the scales at a mere 169 kg.
BMW have kept the engine specs identical to their S1000RR motorcycle, delivering 194PS of power at 13,000rpm and 112Nm of torque at 9,750rpm. The new HP4 has been fitted with Dynamic Damping Control as standard – a world first for production motorcycles – an electronically adjustable suspension which automatically adjusts to the road surfaces and riding conditions.
The 2013 HP4 has also been specced up with launch control, adapted wheelie detection and shift assistant are all part of the overall package. Now, BMW Motorrad, any chance we can see this drool-inducing Bavarian monster in Indian showroom soons?