Earlier last week week we posted a couple of images of the new BMW S1000RR superbike, that’s been caught on camera out in Spain – and here they are again, in case you missed them.
In line with BMW’s social media campaign which has been teasing a new machine – a selection of photos of the new 2019 BMW S1000RR have started to surface, including this group shot of supposedly 2019 BMWs en-masse at a petrol station in Spain. The photo below has also emerged showing what is claimed to be the 2019 superbike during a stop somewhere in Spain.
The German company’s campaign has so far focused on a few seconds of video that show nothing of a bike that blasts past the camera’s point of view. Accompanied by the words: Heads Up. Adrenaline Incoming, the post features the hashtag EICMA – clearly pointing to the S1000RR 2019 superbike getting its official unveiling in Milan at the motorcycle show which starts on November 6.
Officially, there’s no news about the superbike but it’s widely believed that the new version of the motorcycle is getting more power (205bhp+), an all-new chassis with new styling on the overall-physically-smaller race bike on the road.
The bike is also getting a new TFT large-screen dash. A new picture of that has also appeared on social site the_track_life, here’s the photo they posted which they claim is the screen of the 2019 bike: