BMW motorcycles 2022
The 2021 model year was busy for BMW: the Bavarians launched the R 18, unveiled the WSBK M 1000 RR, published the CE-04 electric scooter concept and updated the popular R nineT platform to Euro 5 standard. The 2022 model year will get by with the most basic updates.
Turenduro BMW 2022
Let’s start with the legendary tourenduro range: the G 310 GS, F 750 GS, F 850 GS and F 850 GS Adventure are now available in Triple Black. At the same time, the F 750 GS and F 850 GS got arm protectors, and the F 850 GS Adventure got a double seat. Along with the black livery, the GSA will also be available in Light White Uni.
Sports Touring BMW 2022
In terms of touring and sport-touring models, the changes were made to the BMW F 900 XR and S 1000 XR, which also received a black finish, while the F 900 XR also received a lever guard. In turn, the BMW S 1000 XR received two more liveries – Racing Red 2 and Light White. Light White can be supplemented with “package M” – a set of options that increase productivity, as well as “Billet pack” – a set of milled components. For fans of big cubes and long journeys, the BMW R 1250 RS for 2022 will be available in Light White, while the R 1250 RT will receive an ECU firmware update and a Triple Black livery.
Naked shoes BMW 2022
In the naked segment, BMW has added a touch of color: the G 310 R will be available in Kyanite Blue Metallic with red rims. The F 900 R goes one step further with the Light White / Racing Blue / Racing Red combination and the exclusive Blue Stone Metallic paint job. For retro enthusiasts, the R nineT Scrambler and Urban GS get off-road tires as an option, while the Urban GS also comes in Imperial Blue Metallic.
BMW R 18 2022
However, the BMW R 18 will receive the largest number of colors for 2022. The cubature Bavarian opposed will lose the classic First Edition color scheme, but it will receive Mars Red Metallic and Manhattan Metallic Matte variants in addition to the previously presented 719 variant.
2022 BMW S 1000 RR
Finally, the BMW S 1000 RR will receive Mineral Gray Metallic livery, which sets it apart from the flagship M 1000 RR sportbike. Dynamic, Race, Billet and M Packs will continue to be available, allowing the owner to fully customize the superbike to suit their needs. Pricing has not yet been released, but the most active fans will be able to pre-order the 2022 model in August.