BMW Motorrad pulled the wraps off the R nineT motorcycle, an anniversary model designed to celebrate 90 years of existence for the German company.
The key features of the new model are the black aluminum wheels with stainless steel spokes, a 18-litre brushed aluminum fuel tank and its overall modular design.
To be more precise, it comes with comfort seats, a removable pillion frame, LED indicators and a titanium exhaust. The new BMW R nineT uses a 1.17-liter boxer engine producing 110 horsepower and 119Nm of torque.
With such resources, the 0-100 km/h sprint is possible in 3,6 seconds with a top speed of over 200 km/h.
“Styling cues from old-school motorcycle manufacture are thus united with the very latest drive and chassis components on the nineT,” says BMW.
Pricing and availability details for the new BMW R nineT were not released yet.