In contrast, the new R 1300 GS Adventure comes with more standard features than the outgoing model. It now has engine drag torque control, keyless entry, heated grips, and tire pressure monitoring. In addition, the BMW Motorrad Full Integral ABS Pro, DSA, cruise control DCC with brake function, and auxiliary headlights are present.

Specs for the BMW R 1300 GS Adventure

The boxer engine powering the R 1300 GS Adventure is the same engine that powers the R 1300 GS. The engine’s maximum power output is 143 bhp at 7,750 rpm, while its maximum torque production is 149 Nm at 6,500 rpm. In addition to the new Automated Shift Assistant, an automatic gearbox, there is a 6-speed gearbox on duty.

In comparison to the R 1300 GS, the fuel tank capacity has been increased. It can now hold thirty liters. A 12-liter tank pack with a waterproof inner liner is also available to customers. Dynamic traction control, hand guards with integrated turn indicators, a matrix headlight, and four riding modes are all included.

BMW provides Electronic Dynamic Suspension Adjustment (EDSA), Dynamic Brake Control (DBC), Hill Start Control (HSC), Engine Drag Torque Control (MSR), Smartphone Charging Compartment with Integrated USB Port, and On-Board Power (12 V).

Adventure of the BMW R 1300 GS: ADAS

As additional optional equipment for safe and convenient motorcycling, the R 1300 GS Adventure also comes with ADAS with Riding Assistant with Active Cruise Control (ACC), Front Collision Warning (FCW), Lane Change Warning, and Rear End Collision Warning (RECW).

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