BMW customers worldwide not only get to enjoy the plethora of high-end models but also have the pleasure of testing out the latest concept bikes from the carmaker`s Motorrad division.
The 2016 EICMA taking place this week is gathering the latest motorcycle concepts and racers and BMW Motorrad will also be present with its most recent creation, the all-new HP-4 Race concept bike, in an effort to show the world that BMW is also attempting to build the most advanced bikes in terms of performance and manufacturing.
And indeed, what is so innovative about the all-new BMW HP-4 Race concept is that it is built entirely out of carbon fiber components. More than that, the wheels as well are made from the same materials, which sets a new benchmark in the biking segment.
And what better way to portray such an exquisite concept than releasing a short teaser video which shows everything we need about the new bike.
And even if the details are quite limited at the moment, we still could get our hands on bunch of news concerning its powertrain under the hood. We might be looking here at a 1000c inline four-cylinder engine with around 200 horsepower, adding the latest components and the right price.
Once released on the market somewhere next year, the BMW HP-4 Race will be a limited-run and will sit above the present S 1000 RR. Until further details, enjoy the teaser and the bunch of photos with the upcoming racer.