bmw s 1000 xr

Pengeluar ekzos, HP Corse telah memperkenalkan varian baharu bagi Evoextreme yang dicipta khas bagi jentera BMW S 1000 XR.

Pemilik S 1000 XR model 2015 hingga 2019 kini boleh menikmati ekzos Evoextreme tawaran HP Corse yang lengkap dengan DB killer dan ditawrakan dengan tiga pilihan ,’light satin steel’,’black steel’ atau titanium.

Ketiga-tiga ekzos ini adalah unit slip-om 260mm 2-in-1 dengan setiap varian didatangkan dengan pelindung gentian karbon serta end-cap gentian karbon termasuk logo HP Corse yang diukir dengan laser (laser engraved).

Menurut HP Corse, produk baharu ini mencapai piawaian Euro 4 namun tidak didedahkan berat bersih ekzos tersebut.

HP Corse merupakan jenama dari Itali yang mempunyai rangkaian pengedar luas di serata dunia antaranya Australia, Belgium, Republik Czech, Perancis, Jerman, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Jepun, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Monaco, Slovenia, Sepanyol, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom dan Amerika Syarikat.

BMW Motorrad Malaysia has officially listed the 2020 BMW S 1000 XR sport-touring model (or Adventure Sports) for sale here in Malaysia. If you’re looking for a long-distance tourer that also carries some ‘sporty aggressiveness’, the BMW S 1000 XR should be on your watchlist. (more…)

  • BMW Motorrad released the second 2020 BMW S 1000 XR teaser video.

  • The bikes sound like inline-Fours, pointing the way to the S 1000 XR.

  • It will be unveiled at EICMA 2020.

BMW Motorrad released the second teaser video for the 2020 BMW S 1000 XR with EICMA 2019 just a week away.

While we are also expecting an F 850 R or F 850 XR, the engine note from both videos belonged to an inline-Four, instead of a parallel-Twin. That would only point to the S 1000 XR, with its S 1000 RR superbike based engine. But expect the XR’s powerplant to be tuned for torque rather than outright horsepower. The RR’s engine is equipped with the BMW Shift Cam variable valve timing tech, which should also be brought over to the XR.

The 2020 XR will also be new from ground up, rather than having just an uprated motor for Euro 5 compliance.

The video also gave a glimpse of the rear suspension’s shock absorber. We can see the short plunger for the Dynamic Damping Adjustment’s (DDA) sensor. The suspension ECU takes readings from this sensor to adjust damping rates according to the selected preference.

BMW released the first teaser on 25th October consisting of snippets from the rider’s point-of-view. The second video showed a couple of bikes blasting by a roadside camera.

EICMA 2019 begins on Tuesday, 5th November in Milan, Italy. Stay tuned.

  • There’s now real proof of a new 2020 BMW S 1000 XR.

  • It will have the inline-Four with Shift Cam engine adopted from the S 1000 RR.

  • The bike should be unveiled at EICMA 2019.

Finally, real proof a new 2020 BMW S 1000 XR.

We had published an article earlier about the S 1000 XR sport-missing from the list of bikes BMW Motorrad provided to the California Air Resources Board (CARB) in August. While the bike isn’t seen much in Malaysia, it’s actually very popular in other countries around the world. Thus to axe it completely would be a disaster.

However, it would make sense that the new bike be fitted with the BMW Shift Cam-equipped inline-Four that’s already powering the S 1000 RR sportbike.

Well, thank goodness because CARB has published a new list which includes the S 1000 XR. However, they did not provide the pictures no other specs apart from the level of exhaust emissions. CARB’s new regulations mirrors Euro 5’s standards.

The list did reveal that the engine remains at 999cc and it will feature two new wide range heated oxygen sensors in the exhaust system. Oxygen sensors er… sense the oxygen level in the exhaust gas and relays it to the ECU. The ECU will then determine the best combination of ignition timing, valve timing (since it has Shift Cam), fuel injection timing, fuel amount, etc. the result is optimum power with the lowest emissions.

The 2020 BMW S 1000 XR should be one of the four to be revealed at EICMA 2019, alongside the R18 cruiser. The other two may well be the S 1000 R naked sportbike and R 1250 R naked/standard bike.

Source: CARB

  • BMW Motorrad may be working on a new BMW S 1000 XR sport-tourer.

  • The new bike’s engine needs to be Euro 5-compliant.

  • It needs to contend with the Ducati Multistrada V4 and KTM 1290 Super Adventure.

We reported earlier that the BMW S 1000 XR was missing from BMW Motorrad USA’s submission to the air control board.

While we don’t see many S 1000 XR on our shores, the model is highly popular in Europe and elsewhere. In fact, it outsold the S 1000 RR sportbike in BMW’s four-cylinder line-up.

To kill the model outright would see the manufacturer lose out in a huge market, so that could only mean one thing: That BMW is working on a new model.

Again, almost all manufacturers must build Euro 5-compliant models by 2020 or 2021. Older models will have to comply by 2020 while completely new models can comply by 2021.

The new S 1000 XR will definitely feature an engine with the new Shift Cam technology, as already fitted to the new S 1000 RR. The technology allows the engine to generate the required horsepower and keeping emissions low.

Speaking of power, the current bike’s engine produces 165 hp. We wonder if we’ll see a power hike in the new bike since it has to contend with the new KTM 1290 Super Adventure and the rumoured Ducati Multistrada V4.

The new S 1000 XR may also feature radar-controlled auto cruise. KTM is reportedly testing it on the next generation 1290 Super Adventure.

  • The US National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA) published a list of 2020 BMW motorcycles and stirred some intrigue.

  • A number of popular models are omitted from the list.

  • They include the S 1000 XR, R nine T Urban G/S and the C 650 scooter.

The US National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA) published a list of 2020 BMW motorcycles and stirred some intrigue.

The NHTSA compiles and list the models of motorcycles homologated for the American market in the coming year. But BMW Motorrad’s list seems to hint at upcoming models.

That’s because missing from the list is the S 1000 XR. It may not be seen much on Malaysia roads as the R 1200 GS Adventure and R 1200 GS (soon R 1250 GSA and R 1250 GS) are the most popular models. In America, however, the S 1000 XR is one of the most popular.

One way of seeing it is because the new S 1000 RR superbike has a new engine equipped with ShiftCam variable valve timing technology. As such, the new engine is expected to be grafted to a new S 1000 XR.

However, the naked sport S 1000 R remains on the list and unchanged for 2020. Will there be a new ShiftCam model? You can bet so but maybe for 2021. Or BMW could working on the bike right now and unveil it at Intermot or EICMA later this year.

Other models missing are the F 800 GT sport-tourer and F 800 R roadster. This was expected with the debut of the F 850 GS and F 850 GS Adventure. The two bikes have a new engine with revised firing order, besides being completely new from ground up. Rumours are still surrounding the 9Cento concept on whether it will turn out to be the new F 850 GT or F 850 XR. If there is an F 850 GT/XR, there will definitely be a new F 850 R.

But the omission of the R nine T Urban G/S couldn’t be explained sufficiently. Will the new 1800cc Boxer engine make an appearance in a new Urban G/S-like model?

The C 650 Sport and C Evolution Urban Mobility models (i.e. scooters) are also missing. It’s understandable that the American market doesn’t like scooters.

Anyway, 2020 will be a big year for all manufacturers with the advent of the Euro 5 emission standard. It’s going to be hectic at the Tokyo Motorshow, Intermot and EICMA.

  • BMW Motorrad telah memecahkan rekod jualan motosikal pada tahun 2018.
  • Mereka telah melaporkan sejumlah 165,566 unit yang terjual, peningkatan sebanyak 0.9%.
  • Jerman kekal sebagai pasaran terbesar, China muncul sebagai pasaran paling pesat membangun.


  • BMW Motorrad sold a record number of bikes in 2018.

  • They reported a total of 165,566 units sold, an increase of 0.9%.

  • Germany continued as the biggest market, although China was the fastest growing.

BMW Motorrad has achieved another milestone as 2018 was another record year in terms of sales.

Global sales were up by a moderate 0.9% from 2017, with a total of 165,566 units sold.

The R 1200 GS and GS Adventure continues to be the most popular model, selling 51,000 units. The R nineT retro series also sold well, contributing 33,500 machines for a total of 84,500 R-series sold.

BMW’s second best-seller was the inline-Four S-series. 18,773 S 1000 RR, S 1000 R and S 1000 XR were sold.

S 1000 R

Furthermore, BMW’s sales in America increased by 2.2% despite the overall downturn in the market. The upturn was due to the six-cylinder K 1600 B Grand America touer which sold 8,306 units out of the total of 13,842 units.

K 1600 B Grand America

The manufacturer’s leading markets continue to be Germany (-11%, 23,824), France (0%, 16,615), Italy (-2%, 14,110) and Spain (0%, 11,124). 9,224 BMWs were sold in the UK.

Growth centres were China (35%, 7,561), Brazil (11%, 7,361) and India with 2,187 units sold there.

Meanwhile, BMW Motorrad Malaysia sold 1,130 motorcycles, marking a 7% increase over 2017. The R 1200 GS Adventure was the biggest contributor which more than 300 units.

BMW Motorrad is looking forward to another great year in 2019, what with the advent of the new models using the 1254cc ShiftCam boxer engine, new S 1000 RR, a return to WSBK, plus a few more models in the pipeline.

Will they achieve their 200,000 target in 2020?

  • BMW Motorrad Malaysia telah melancarkan motosikal S 1000 RR HP4 Race, G 310 GS, dan S 1000 XR di MotoGP Malaysia 2017.
  • Tiga buah motosikal dalam tiga segmen yang berbeza bagi memenuhi kehendak setiap penunggang motosikal.
  • Motosikal S 1000 RR HP4 Race diletakkan pada harga RM520,000, motosikal G 310 GS bermula dari RM29,900, dan motosikal S 1000 XR dari RM105,900.


  • BMW Motorrad Malaysia has launched the S 1000 RR HP4 Race, G 310 GS and S 1000 XR at the 2017 Malaysian MotoGP.

  • Three bikes in three different segments to cater to the needs of ever biker.

  • The S 1000 RR HP4 Race is priced from RM520,000, the G 310 GS from RM29,900 and S 1000 XR from RM105,900.

Sepang, 27 October 2017 – BMW Motorrad Malaysia unveiled three new motorcycles at the Malaysian MotoGP 2017 this weekend. The all-new BMW HP4 Race, the all-new BMW G 310 GS and the new BMW S 1000 XR were all unveiled for the first time in Malaysia at the annual MotoGP in Sepang International Circuit.


Introducing the new premium motorcycles, Owen Riley, Head of BMW Motorrad Malaysia said, “If the MotoGP is the largest motorcycle racing event in Malaysia, then it is only natural that the event is also where BMW Motorrad Malaysia will have our biggest presence and showing of the year. This year, we are presenting three new motorcycles to which motorrad fans here have been waiting for since they were first teased at the EICMA in Milan last year!

The All-New BMW HP4 Race – our pure bred racing superbike created only for the race track! The much anticipated All-New BMW 310 GS and The Super Adventure Sports Tourer, BMW S 1000 XR.”


The All-New BMW HP 4 Race. Individually crafted for top performance on the race track.

The all-new BMW S 1000 RR HP4 Race represents a purebred racing bike with only  750 units ever produced. The motorcycles are individually crafted by a small, highly specialised team to ensure the very highest level of performance and reliability on the racetrack.

The HP4 RACE offers a purebred racing engine similar to specifications 6.2 and 7.2 as in the Endurance and World Superbike Championships (WSBK). The peak output is 158 kW (215 hp) at 13900 rpm. The maximum torque of 120 Nm is reached at 10000 rpm. The maximum RPM has been increased from 14200 to 14500 RPM,  compared to the standard S 1000 RR. A 6-speed close-ratio racing gearbox is used with optimised ratios and various secondary ratios.

While engine and electronics are in the same category as the current superbike factory racebikes, The S 1000 RR HP4 Race does one better by featuring a carbon fibre frame. In fact, weighing 171 kilograms when fully fuelled and track ready, the new HP4 RACE is even lighter than the factory racing bikes.

The new BMW HP4 RACE likewise meets the highest demands of racing technology in the area of suspension and brakes. Both the Öhlins FGR 300 upside-down fork and TTX 36 GP rear shock are identical to those used in the WSBK and MotoGP. The light alloy underslung swingarm made of milled and sheet metal parts is also a component used in WSBK. Featuring two Brembo GP4 PR monobloc brake calipers, the brake system of new HP4 RACE also has parts otherwise only to be found in WSBK machines. Coated titanium pistons and single-piece aluminium calipers with chemically nickel-plated surface make for what is currently the very best combination of materials available. In conjunction with 6.75 mm thick 320 millimetre T-type racing steel brakes, the system ensures stunning brake performance.

The new BMW HP4 RACE comes with an extensive package of electronic control and assistance systems as well as a weight-optimised on-board electrical system which has been optimised to meet racing needs. A wealth of information is available on the 2D dashboard (data-logger) with transferable data memory.

The BMW HP4 Race is only available in the BMW HP Motorsport colour scheme which gives the ultimate superbike an aggressive demeanour.

The All-New BMW G 310 GS. Ready for everyday adventures.

The GS range of BMW Motorrad motorcycles represent a promise of perfect functioning, reliability and robustness. The BMW G 310 GS transfers these qualities to the below-500cc capacity segment, embracing in its own distance, mature interpretation. A highly contemporary product with a level of versatility that is currently unrivalled in the segment. It is nimble and agile in city traffic, while supremely robust over light terrain. This makes it the perfect companion for the adventures of everyday riding. Extremely compact yet mature and comfortable, the GS opens up a whole new world of riding experience within its segment. It is precisely this versatility that makes the BMW G 310 GS unique in the entry-level segment.

BMW G 310 GS

The centerpiece of the new BMW G 310 GS is the 313cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 4-valves, single-cylinder engine. A salient feature of the single-cylinder engine in the BMW G 310 GS is the fact that its cylinder is tilted to the rear and its cylinder head is rotated by 180 degrees: intake at the front, outlet at the rear. This configuration follows the logic that a straight, power-enhancing supply of fresh air-fuel mixture and also has positive consequences in terms of the bike’s architecture. With an output of 25kW (34bhp) at 9,500 RPM and a maximum torque of 28Nm at 7,500 RPM, the engine of the new BMW G 310 GS is the ideal partner for dynamic riding pleasure, in conjunction with the low unladen weight of 169.5kg (373lbs.).

In terms of its suspension, the G 310 GS utilises a tubular steel spaceframe with bolt-on rear section that combines torsional rigidity with robust quality. Given its good stiff balance, this provides the basis for excellent ride stability and a precise steering response. The front suspension uses upside-down forks, while at the rear shock is mounted directly to the aluminium swingarm.

With a high front fender, striking flyline and short, high rear, the G 310 GS features classic elements of its big GS sibling models. Its compact proportions with a short wheelbase, a 19-inch front wheel and extended suspension travel makes a comfortable ride over bad road surfaces. The G 310 GS is also designed for the world market, it is compatible with diverse fuel qualities as well as meets all emissions standards and local requirements.

BMW G 310 GS

The BMW G 310 GS is available in three strikingly expressive colour variants: Cosmic Black non-metallic, Racing Red non-metallic and the elaborately designed Pearl White metallic. These variants offer a spectrum ranging from sporty and robust to contemporary.

BMW G 310 GS

The New BMW S 1000 XR. Adventure Sport Further Refined.

With the introduction of the BMW S 1000 XR in 2015, BMW Motorrad offered its own new interpretation of the sport-touring range, not least adding a powerful dose of emotion into the mix.

Even more potent now, the new S 1000 XR offers a new in-line 4-cylinder engine which meets the EU4 requirements. However, reduction in emissions does not necessarily mean a reduction in power. The output is now rated at 165 bhp (121 kW) at 11,000 RPM.

The new XR sees an increase of 10 kg in both the maximum permissible weight and the payload of the bike for more luggage hauling capability. Softer isolating elements on the handlebars effectively reduce vibrations from being passed onto the rider’s hands.

The new S 1000 XR is available in a new colour offering of refined Ocean Blue metallic matt which gives the Adventure Sport touring bike a more distinctively refined appearance.


The retail price (without insurance and inclusive of GST) for the new models are:

BMW HP4 Race                   –                RM 520,900.00

BMW G 310 GS                    –                RM 29,900.00

BMW S 1000 XR                  –                RM 105,900.00

BMW Motorrad Malaysia today unveiled the highly anticipated S 1000 XR and the R 1200 RS.

Being the fourth model to come with BMW’s straight-four-cylinder engine, the new BMW S 1000 XR basically combines the elements of touring ability of a GS with supersport characteristic of the RR.


Featuring the same liquid-cooled 999 cc in-line engine as the S 1000 RR, the XR delivers a maximum output of 160 hp and generates a maximum torque of 112 Nm.

Features include dynamically-styled twin headlights, optional LED daytime running light, a pentagonal end silencer, tapered aluminium handlebars, a full E-Gas ride-by-wire system, a stainless steel exhaust system, two standard riding modes – “Rain” and “Road”, Automatic Stability Control (ASC), ABS Pro, a road-ready weight of 228kg, an upside-down fork with inner cartridge insert, twin-disc brake with two radial four-piston fixed callipers at the front, and two floating steel brake discs in the rear. Moving into the cockpit, there is the large display along with an analogue rev counter, and a 12V power socket integrated.


Meanwhile, the New BMW R 1200 RS carries the original all-round qualities of the RS production bikes from almost 40 years ago. With a flat-twin boxer engine which is the same DOHC drive unit which powers the New BMW R 1200 GS, the New BMW R 1200 GS Adventure and the New BMW R 1200 RT, the new sports tourer delivers a maximum output of 125 hp and a peak torque of 125 Nm.  According to BMW, the torque figures at low revs for the RS are slightly higher than the R 1200 GS, GS Adventure and RT variants.

Other highlights include a maintenance-free cardan shaft that is positioned on the left side of the engine, a 2-in-1 exhaust system with a controlled exhaust valve, a redesigned airbox, an upside-down telescopic fork with 45 mm sanchions, EVO Paralevel single-sided swingarm, two standard riding modes, and a multifunctional instrument cluster among others.


The retail prices on the road, without insurance and including GST for the New BMW S 1000 XR and the New BMW R 1200 RS are:

BMW S 1000 XR  –           RM 112, 900.00

BMW R 1200 RS –           RM 101, 900.00

The new motorcycles from BMW Motorrad are also complemented with special four year financing programs from BMW Credit Malaysia with an offer of ownership of the New BMW S 1000 XR from a monthly installment of RM 1, 588.00 and the ownership of the New BMW R 1200 RS from a monthly installment of RM 1, 488.00.

BMW S1000XR & R1200RS Launch @ Dua Annexe, Kuala Lumpur


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