New 2022 BMW M 1000 RR Concept
New 2022 BMW M 1000 RR Concept – The M RR was the first M model from BMW Motorrad. His genes come directly from professional racing. The 2022 M 1000 RR will probably offer pure racing technology for the highest performance demands in motorsport and for adrenaline-driven perfectionists on the road.
Like the BMW M car, the M 1000 RR is based on an existing model, the S 1000 RR. It uses a modified version of the bike’s water-cooled inline-4 engine, with upgrades such as a 2-ring forged piston, titanium connecting rod, a higher compression ratio of 13.5:1, and a lighter titanium exhaust system.
New 2022 BMW M 1000 RR Concept
The M 1000 RR also gets a special Winglet M and a high windshield which all produce a downforce that can be appreciated without reducing drag, according to BMW. Chassis improvements include special suspension geometry M and BMW claimed brakes were developed with lessons learned from Superbike World Championship racing. The 6.5-inch TFT instrument cluster carries more than the S 1000 RR.
BMW M 1000 RR Engine
M RR assembly has been developed in sports racing and refined for roads. To this end, we have increased the power of the four-cylinder engine in the channel of the RR: For higher torque in the middle class. the maximum speed of 500 rpm to 15,100 rpm.
The titanium connecting rod is lighter, the rocker arm is 1.5 mm narrower, the airbox funnel has been shortened: Millimeter works for milliseconds. In addition, there are 2 piston rings forged with cross-ribbing and cylinder heads with new channel geometry and reinforced bearing brackets.
More dynamics and reduced mass inertia. To a shorter ratio, the rear sprocket has been geared and the chain and wheel axis spacing has been elongated. The sandal clutch works without self-reinforcement – for perfect launch control.
Just like BMW M cars, riders get programmable modes, in this case including Rain Help, Road, Dynamic, Race, and Race Pro. includes traction control, launch control, and Shift Assistant Pro, which allows for shifts without a clutch.
The optional M Competition package adds a GPS lap timer, a lighter swingarm, an M Endurance chain, and a passenger package with tail hump cover.
2022 BMW M 1000 RR Specs
Contact pressure also determines victory or defeat. M Winglets are made of carbon-producing a downforce of up to 35.9 lbs at 189 mph. In combination with a high windshield, you can convert more power into pure propulsion.
M RR chassis and geometry are trimmed for the racetrack. Drivability, braking, and initial pitch compensation provide an enhanced feel for the front and rear wheels. Even on country roads. The longer wheel axis distance makes the M RR much more comfortable.
Easily customizable pivot points have been zoomed in and out. And the new rear axle – also thanks to an adjustable brake piston – allows for rapid rear wheel changes. This is where the pit lane meets your need for perfection.
Each M RR stands for absolute dedication and passion for performing. In its basic version, it’s made for racing – and works on grams and milliseconds. With the M Competition Package, it offers milled M parts and M carbon parts and highlights sporty displays.
M RR is available as a basic and optional version as an M RR with a Competition Package. In addition, we offer many M Performance Parts to customize your M RR. Turn your street version of M RR into a racetrack.
BMW has not discussed pricing or availability for the 2022 M 1000 RR, but the unveiling of this motor is hot on the heels of the 2021 BMW M3 sedan and M4 coupe. The latest version of this M model gets up to 503 horsepower, all-wheel drive, and 6-speed manual transmission available.