I have to say, I really like the cut of BMW’s jib. Instead of making us dance through a social media bonanza of teasers and trickle-down motorcycle specs, the German company just publishes a press release with what it plans on changing for the 2015 BMW S1000RR.
As loyal readers will know, we caught the updated S1000RR out testing last month, which showed a number of subtle cosmetic and system changes to the machine. BMW Motorrad has now clued us into what those changes are, namely a revised chassis geometry.
From our spy photos, we know that the S1000RR will also get the HP4’s dynamic damping control (DDC) suspension, as well as new exhaust. An engine massaging can be expected as well, with BMW Motorrad saying that the inline-four cylinder has been optimized for “enhanced performance and ridability.”
BMW also says that it has made the S1000RR more “user-friendly” which likely tips off the addition of the Bosch MSC cornering ABS package, and possibly other electronic adjustments.
Of course the question you’re asking remains unanswered…will the winking headlight remain for 2015? Time will tell dear readers, time will tell.
Source: BMW Group