The new BMW F900R 2019-11-14 - precision and directness in the middle class segment
At the EICMA 2019, the new BMW F900R was presented and impresses with its precision and directness. As if oneself was fused with the F900R, the power in the curves can be used intuitively correctly. Driving fun is inevitable with this Dynamic Roadster. Attention was also paid to the lighting technology, safety and connectivity of the F900R.
Separate LED elements in the main headlight provide the best possible illumination of the inside of a curve. At 7 ░ tilt, the adaptive headlights automatically turn on.
The BMW F900R has the new TFT display, which shines through its 6.5 inches, even in difficult lighting conditions. In addition, the TFT display offers a high quality of presentation, a variety of information and a high user-friendliness. Due to the special equipment driving modes Pro, additional core screens are available for the driver. The graphics of the TFT display appear in the matching on-road optics. From now on, even in the middle class, it is comfortable to make phone calls, navigate and listen to music while driving, thanks to the standard BMW Motorrad Connectivity features.
With regard to performance, the new F900R convinces with the further developed in-line engine with 105 CV and with increased cubic capacity of 895 cm3.
Aggressive is what many people would say if they had to describe the design of the F900R. With its sharp edges, compact headlamps and the short tail, the F900R looks like a feline predator on the watch - every second ready for the attack.
It is offered in three colors:
- Style Sport: Hockenheim Silber met. / Racingred uni
- San Marino Blau metallic
- Blackstorm Metallic
Here are the highlights of the F900R again:
- High torque motor
- TFT display (6.5 inches) with connectivity
- Adaptive cornering light
- Driving modes Pro (optional)
- Short exhaust
- Agile suspension
- Dynamic ESA
- Shift Assistant Pro
- Seat height diversity
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