BMW’s S 1000 RR superbike beams as the most powerful Beemer on two wheels


Be it a four-wheeler or a two-wheeler, when it takes to the road with a BMW logo, the vehicle’s charisma is enhanced without fail. And the latest to attest to my statement is the S 1000 RR superbike. Unveiled at the renowned Monza racetrack during the Superbike World Championship race weekend, this BMW beast is touted to be one of the most powerful yet lightest sports bikes to date. The 404 lbs superbike can roll out 193 horsepower at 13,000 RPM. Along with this, it introduces new technical features like the first-ever 4-stage ABS, with settings for Rain, Sport, Race, and Slick conditions. Watch out for the asymmetrical headlights on the elegantly styled asymmetrical body panels. Intended to hit the US shores by early 2010, the BMW S 1000 RR certainly stands out for its power along with the distinctive appearance.

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