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BMW Motorrad Presents the new BMW K1600GTL Bike at 2013 LA Auto Show

With the new, 2014 K1600GTL, BMW Motorrad want to reinvent two-wheeled travel with its revolutionary engine. The inline 6-cylinder unit now develops 160 HP at 7,750 RPM and has 175 Nm (129 lb-ft) of torque at its disposal from 5,250 RPM.
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Furthermore, 70% of the torque is available from 1,500 RPM which makes this bike one of the easiest to ride. As it became customary these days at BMW, 3 riding modes are also available, “Rain”, “Road”and “Dynamic”.

Other features include integral ABS, Dynamic Traction Control (DTC), a chassis with duolever and paralever suspension, Electronic Suspension Adjustment II (ESA II), new dials, bigger seat area, armrests and heated backrest, keyless ride and central locking, Hill Start Control and a world first: integral antenna for optimum radio reception.

Amongst the options list you’ll find low seats (750 mm, 29.5 in.) or high seats (810 mm, 31.9 in.), impact protection for side-cases, storage compartment organizer for top-case lid, high windscreen, twin Akrapovic sport silencers (mufflers), BMW Motorrad Navigator V and BMW Motorrad Communication System.

For further details, check out the press release, below and the live photos from the 2013 LA Auto Show.

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