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Spy Photos Of BMW Upcoming Adventure Motorcycle | BMW R1300GS ?
What you see in the picture is the future BMW R 1300 GS, caught by our paparazzi while it is struggling with the final tests. Of course, nothing has yet been leaked on the technical aspects, but we can dare a few gambles: the new BMW R 1300 GS will always be equipped with a twin-cylinder engine with boxer architecture (well you can see that) and a Telelever-Paralever suspension scheme (in the photos you can see the spring in the center of the fork, typical of the Telelever scheme). What will change, presumably, will be the displacement, higher than the current 1,254 cc?
How much? It is not known, but certainly closer to 1,300 cc This is due to the increasingly stringent emissions regulations, with the imminent arrival of the Euro 5.2.
We would like to immediately calm the spirits of the most agitated: the new BMW R 1300 GS will still be equipped with a twin-cylinder engine with boxer architecture and a Telelever-Paralever suspension scheme (in the photos you can see the spring in the center of the fork, typical of the Telelever scheme. ). What will change, presumably, will be the displacement, higher than the current 1,254 cc. How much? It is not known, but certainly closer to 1,300 cc. This is due to the increasingly looming legislation on emissions, the Euro 5.2, which according to many companies will be very strict. On the other hand, it is curious to note how small the exhaust is, especially when compared to the current one. We can see a juicy novelty at the level of infrastructures, with the beak that now incorporates an optical group and the sides that, from these first images, appear very clean as well as enveloping.
However, performance will also increase: if you look carefully at the size of the radiator… it is presumable to expect at least 140-150 HP, with even more vigorous low-mid-range torque. The presence of variable valve timing is therefore almost obvious. But what changes in a decisive way would seem to be the nature of the bike: despite the identical rim sizes (19-17 spoked inches), the BMW R 1300 GS is much lower and crouched than the current 1250 , due to a decidedly more sporty and lowered design and weight/volume distribution. To us, that flat nose vaguely reminds us of the 1290 Super Duke GT… However, the distance between the saddle and the handlebars seems to be important, a sign of considerable attention to comfort (also because the plexi has important dimensions). All these, however, are only inferences: to find out more we will have to wait a little longer. Stay connected.
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