BMW Motorrad has displayed a special edition model of the BMW F 900 R Force stripped sportbike. It was as of late disclosed at the Lyon Two-Wheeler Show. It will be a limitedly accessible item and will be sold uniquely in France. Just 300 units of the F 900 R Force will be created.
The outside styling on the F 900 R Force is jet-inspired. It decorates San Marino Blue Metallic shading plan highlighting fluorescent yellow stripes. A portion of the new changes done on the bike incorporates a cowl for the pillion seat, another flyscreen, and ‘F 900 R Force’ decals alongside passed-out composite wheels with fluorescent funneling and a standard belly pan.
To the extent mechanical updates go, it keeps on sourcing power from an 895cc parallel-twin engine. It is accessible with an A2 restriction kit on account of which the engine has been electronically confined to convey 47 bhp. For the record, the equivalent powertrain conveys 105 bhp of most extreme force at 8,500 rpm, with the torque force of 92 Nm at 6,500 rpm on the standard model.
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BMW F 900 R highlights, customers are allowed to settle on a quick shifter. While other fundamental highlights like the full LED lighting, 6.5-inch TFT screen, USD forks in advance and a preload/bounce back customizable mono-shock at the back, stay unaltered.
It has been evaluated at 9,790 Euros ( ₹8.89 lakh), which makes it near 900 Euros costlier against the regular model.