Updated BMW S1000RR revealed

New colours and higher tech as standard for BMW’s flagship litre sports bike

Updated BMW S1000RR revealed

BMW HAS unveiled this updated 2017 version of the S1000RR with new colours and technical upgrades.

The flaghship litre sports bike now gets BMW’s Dynamic Traction Control, or DTC, as standard, with banking sensors and seven levels of intervention.

Cornering ABS – or ABS Pro as BMW calls it – is available as a new option.

The new RR also complies with Euro4 emission limits and now comes as standard with a single seat and pillion seat cover, although a ‘pillion package’ is available as an alternative at no extra cost.

It comes in the ‘well-established’ colours of red and white or blue, white and red, plus a new grey and black scheme.

The former two schemes come with red rim tape as standard.

The updated model was revealed today at the Intermot motorcycle show in Cologne, Germany, with price to be confirmed.