A small number of BMW Motorrad dealerships have begun to take reservations for the soon-to-be R 1300 GS. Pre-orders cost between ₹50,000 and ₹1 lakh, and the launch is anticipated to take place in the upcoming months. The R 1250 GS now retails for R 20.55 lakh ex-showroom, while the R 1300 GS is anticipated to cost between R 1.5 and R 2 lakh more.

The new bike has a 1300 cc, two-cylinder boxer engine that reaches its maximum output of 143 bhp at 7,750 rpm and its peak torque of 149 Nm at 6,500 rpm. This boxer engine, which is also lighter than its predecessor, is the most potent BMW has ever employed in a production motorcycle.

With a completely redesigned chassis and suspension system, the R 1300 GS weighs 12 kg less than its predecessor. It has four standard riding modes: ‘Eco’ for fuel efficiency, ‘Rain’ and ‘Road’ for varying road conditions, and ‘Enduro’ for off-road exploration. Additional ‘Pro’ modes are also available to riders.
Full Integral ABS Pro, Engine drag torque control, dynamic brake aid, ride-off assistant, dynamic traction control, dynamic cruise control, USB port, and a 12 V outlet are among the standard features of the BMW Motorrad.

A Riding Assistant with Active Cruise Control, Front Collision Warning, and Lane Change Warning are among the optional features available for the R 1300 GS. Heated seats are an additional expense, however heated grips are now included. BMW Motorrad provides a range of height-adjustable seats as well as a handlebar riser that allows the handlebar to be raised by 30 mm to suit the needs of different riders.

A motorbike intended for adventure touring must have suspension. BMW Motorrad EVO-Telelever center monoshock and BMW Motorrad EVO-Paralever rear monoshock are standard on the R 1300 GS. There’s a new frame and a single-sided swingarm made of cast aluminum.

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