BMW Motorrad revealed its first M model superbike called M 1000 RR. The superbike is equipped with a 1.0-liter four-cylinder engine which is the same as the engine we have seen on the BMW S 1000 RR before. For the M 1000 RR, BMW upgraded the engine and installed new pistons, new connecting rods made out of titanium, modified combustion chambers, increased compression ratio, titanium, and, light rocked arms.
After all of these changes over the BMW S 1000 RRs engine, the engine can now pump out 209 hp and 113 nm of torque with is 5 hp more powerful than the S 1000 RR model.
Alongside the upgraded engine the M 1000 RR also benefits from carbon fiber winglets that can produce downforce at high speed.
People who buy a BMW M1000 hp can also get an upgraded M braking system with blue calipers, a 6.5-inch digital instrument cluster screen, and an optional M GPS lap trigger and M GPS data logger. Buyers also can order the optional M Competition package for the M 1000 RR that contains M carbon packages, M milled parts, light swing arm, and an M endurance chain.
Pricing details for the BMW M 1000 RR haven’t released yet but it will cost more than the BMW S 1000 RR which has the starting price of $17,490.