2014 BMW S1000RR Changes Colors

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BMW's acclaimed and feared S1000RR superbike machinery is about to get new liveries for 2014, according to a press release from the Bavarian manufacturer.

First of all, we have to mention that the current Granite Grey Metallic Matt and Racing Red / Alpine White 3 color schemes will no longer be available for the next-season motorcycle.

They will be replaced by new color combinations, as follows: Granite Grey Metallic Matt / Alpine White 3 and Racing Red / Alpine White / Sapphire Black, BMW Motorrad informs us.

On the tech side, the House of Munich has not delivered any news, therefore we are entitled to believe that the 2014 incarnation of the S1000RR will be pretty similar to what the German manufacturer has offered previously.

This means the riders who will get in the saddle of the 2014 S1000RR will have a peak power of 193 hp to play with if they rev this engine at 13,000 rpm. However, the peak torque of 83 lb-ft (112.6 Nm) are already available at 9,750 revs, endowing the S1000RR with excellent acceleration in any gear.

The 999cc in-line four engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox, and the suspension system includes multiple adjustments for an immense number of available combinations to meet the requirements of various riders. A steering damper is also part of the basic package. Multiple aftermarket options are to be unveiled at the moment the bikes arrive in dealerships, and customers will eb able to shed some weight off this 180.5 kg (398 lb, dry) superbike, or even add some more grit with race parts.

There is no information provided as of the date when the 2014 BMW S1000RR with the new colors will become available, but we're kind of expecting it in the next couple months. No modification in pricing was announced, either. Of course, you can always choose the higher-spec HP4 version of the S1000RR if you feel the call of the inner racer.
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