When light weight, massive power and razor-sharp handling are combined, the result is known as HP – High Performance. The new HP4 is BMW Motorrad’s first 4-cylinder model to wear the HP badge. Based on the S 1000 RR, a purebred factory motorcycle has been developed – made from the very best materials and molded into unparalleled design.
The lightest 4-cylinder engine in the segment provides uncompromising power with an output of 193 bhp and a maximum torque of 83 lb/ft. The new exhaust silencer provides a higher level of torque in the mid-range, so there is power available where it’s needed most to deliver stunning lap times.
With the world’s first ever dynamic suspension system DDC (Dynamic Damping Control), the HP4 is the most advanced production sporting motorcycle ever built. DDC automatically adapts the suspension damping to the situation at hand. Various modes are available to choose from: Rain and Sport for public roads, Race and Slick for the race track. The further enhanced Dynamic Traction Control on the HP4 supplements this perfectly. It can be finely adjusted in Slick mode to dial in the perfect balance between system support and rider control. The result is transparent feedback, maximum traction and optimum acceleration.
The new HP4 comes into its own with its refined paint finish in white and Racing blue. The HP4 will only be available in limited numbers through 2014.
THE BEST OF THE BEST.
For riders looking for an extra level of refinement, the is the HP4 with Competition Package. It’s loaded with additional HP components: HP brake lever, HP clutch lever and the HP rider footrest system. The HP belly pan, HP license late holder and the HP fuel tank trim are made entirely of carbon fiber. It also features Racing blue aluminum forged wheels and a sponsor sticker kit.
The HP4 Competition also has the consecutively numbered fork bridge engraving with HP logo. This makes each and every machine unique. The Competition Package will be highly exclusive with very limited numbers available.
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