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BMW Motorcycles Are Getting New M model Lets See Whats New

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BMW Motorrad might be seeking to introduce a line of M versions for some of its bikes. According to a news report, BMW has filed trademark applications that stage to growth. The M brand reflects BMW’s high-performance cars, and also the M line of motorcycles could be a new line of versions with features and electronics compared to the models. According to the news, the trademark filings indicate the names of three new bicycles – M 1000 RR as well as M 1250 GS.
Currently, BMW Motorrad includes three categories of motorcycles, under the G line like the BMW G 310 R and the BMW G 310 GS, for single-cylinder motorcycles. Under this nomenclature, the multi-cylinder lookup engines have been bunched under the K series and the S, although the twin models are under the R name. The F represented parallel-twin versions like the BMW F 750 GS and the BMW F 850 GS. The last letters of the bikes’ titles stood for the classification whereas the GS is for adventure and all-terrain kind of
bikes.
The BMW S 1000 RR can be obtained in the blue, white and red BMW Motorsport livery and using an optional’M’ package, including carbon fiber wheels, among other improvements. So far, there’s no clarity on if BMW Motorrad will look at creating and launching a new line of M series motorcycles, or whether the signature filings for the M line will include top-spec models with the M Bundle. Either way, one thing is clear – the automaker has some interesting things lined up for the immediate future, on the planet of two-wheels.

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