BMW R 1250 GS has some big shoes to fill.
More Movement, More Capability & BMW Motorrad Shift-Cam Technology
This movable valve organizes setup is the first application for BMW Motorrad and features a marginal cam profile trigger by a set of pins sliding in groves to progress the camshaft axially. This allows a BMW Motorrad to optimize emissions purity with a smoothness of low-end power, plus the addition of power in the upper-end range. Indeed, given its go-anywhere efficacy; it’s very plausibly the single most important motorcycle built anywhere on planet earth cutting-edge. Buyers can sense a rash of technology as standard equipment.
Ride Style, Electronic Condition, & More Comparability
For 2019, the BMW R 1250 GS and the advanced BMW R 1250 RT characteristic Automatic Stability Control (ASC), and Hill Start Control for help emerge on inclines. The unique BMW R 1250 GS now has the “Connectivity” feature as standard equipment, including a 6.5-inch full-color TFT screen. Since the R1250RT, BMW Motorrad has added its electronic suspension Dynamic ESA with fully automatic load compensation.
Technology of Emotion
The advanced BMW R 1250 GS now has the equipment feature connectivity as standard. This combines a 6.5-inch full-color TFT screen and works with the BMW Motorrad Multi-Controller to access vehicle and connectivity functionality. The R1250RT is adapted with a large 5.7-inch TFT color screen that is supplemented with an analog speedometer and rev counter. Ever smarter, expeditious, and more efficient, the BMW R 1250GS and BMW R 1250RT have the burden of carrying the heritage.
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Engine running, you’ll notice a deeper intonation to the trademark drone of the 180º Boxer twin’s 2-1 exhaust, a new design now made from stainless steel. Moreover, the engine has noticeably lesser mechanical noise than the R1200, which turns out to be thanksgiving partly to a switch to quieter toothed cam chains from the previous roller ones.
BMW Motorrad Shift cam Technology
Head of Drive Train Development, to produce increased power and torque across the entire rev range of the new BMW R 1250 GS engine, as well as enhanced rideability and most refinement, coupled with reduced fuel consumption and emission levels. The BMW R1250 GS engine’s cylinder heads feature the all-new, highly innovative Shift-Cam system, which absorbs both variable valve timing and differential valve lift, all in the same package, as a means of polishing cam timing and duration for what you’re asking the engine to do. This results in both enhanced combustion so, a bigger smack as well as a more complete burning of the fuel, thus ensuring reduced emissions and a knocked up to four percent lower fuel consumption versus the smaller capacity, less effectual BMW R 1200 GS.