BMW M1000RR Limited editions 2023
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of BMW M, the German manufacturer has released a new motorcycle labeled the BMW M1000RR 50 Years M Anniversary. This superbike is painted in a new color that is very different from before, giving a stunning feel to its appearance. Interestingly, the BMW M1000RR 50 Years M Anniversary is sold as a limited edition which is specifically sold for the Japanese market. Then what does it look like? Check out the details below…
In terms of appearance, there is no change considering that BMW only covers it with a new, more striking color. The flow of firm and sharp design is still attached to the entire body with a shark-like front face that makes it look fierce. Dual sharp headlamps have been embedded with a wide windshield at the top that serves to split the wind. Aerodynamic parts, or rather carbon winglets, are successfully attached to reduce wind resistance at high speeds.
The new color is very interesting because BMW chose a very striking color for this special edition motorcycle. The yellow color almost covers all parts of the body panel. But to give it a distinctly sangar impression, the BMW M1000RR 50 Years M Anniversary is painted in black which is scattered in several parts. The black color gets a fairly large portion, especially on the lower fairing and a little on the side of the tank that flows to the rear stern. For the rest, yellow dominates on the upper body panels and BMW calls it the Sao Paulo Yellow color variant.
For the engine itself, there is no change that is immersed in a 999cc inline 4-cylinder 4-stroke engine with BMW ShiftCam technology. With this engine, this motorcycle is capable of spewing power up to 212 Hp at 14500 Rpm and maximum torque at 113 Nm at 11000 Rpm. As for the price tag, this motorcycle was released for the Japanese market with a price tag of 4,395,000 Yen or if converted to around 483 million. Given that the BMW M1000RR 50 Years M Anniversary is a limited edition version, the units sold are limited to only 50 units.