NEW COLOURS for BMW’s 2020 model line-up.

BMW Motorrad has recently revealed the new colour schemes for its 2020 model line-up. They’re straight from Germany, so there’s no guarantee this is what we’ll see on British shores – but if all goes to plan, here’s what we’ve got to look forward to next year.

BMW G 310 GS – The mini-GS is available in a new “Stratoblue Metallic” colour scheme for 2020.

BMW G 310 R – For 2020, there’s a new “Cosmicblack uni 2” colour scheme.


BMW S 1000 R – There’s a new “San Marino Blue Metallic” colour scheme for BMW’s big naked.

BMW S 1000 RR – BMW’s out and out sportbike gets a new “Hockenheim Silver Metallic” paint scheme for 2020. Oh and there’s also a new carbon package on the way, which includes new wheels and side panels, and a different chain guard and sprocket cover.

BMW R 1250 RT – There are three new finishes on the way 2020. “Option 719 Blue Planet Metallic / Ivory”, “Option 719 Stardust Metallic” and “Manhattan Metallic (Style Elegance)”.


BMW R 1250 GS / BMW R 1250 GS Adventure – There are no major changes to the big GS for 2020. You’ll be able to choose either black or gold cross-spoke wheels no matter what variant you go for, and that’s about it.

BMW R nineT – There’s a new anniversary edition BMW R nineT available for 2020, which celebrates 50 years of the R50/5, R60/5 and R75/5.

BMW K 1600 GT – For 2020, the BMW K 1600 GT will be available in either “Option 719 Blue Planet Metallic / Ivory” or “Option 719 Stardust Metallic”.


BMW 1600 GTL – The K 1600 GTL gets a new “Blackstorm metallic” paint job.

BMW K 1600 B / BMW K 1600 Grand America – Both bikes will be available in the “Hockenheim Silver Metallic” livery for 2020.

BMW C 650 Sport / BMW C 650 GT – BMW’s big scooters will both be available in new liveries for 2020. The C 650 Sport will be available in the “Lupine Blue Metallic” finish, while the C 650 GT gets a new “Hockenheim Silver Metallic” paint job.


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