Following the release of the jaw-dropping R18, the introduction of the razor-sharp M1000 RR, and the Euro 5 update to the iconic R NineT line, BMW Motorrad still isn’t finished tweaking its lineup. For the 2022 model year, the Munich-based manufacturer has decided to spruce up its roster with a variety of new colors, minor changes, and new options.
On the adventure front, the G310 GS, F750 GS, F850 GS, and F850 GS Adventure all receive a Triple Black paint scheme similar to the one previously offered on the R1200 GS. The F750 GS and F850 GS both gain handguards and updated ‘Select’ and ‘Premium’ parts packages. The F850 GS Adventure gets a new double seat and a Light White color option as standard.
BMW’s Triple Black paint makes it onto the sport touring range as well, with the F900 XR and S1000 XR both receiving the option as well as handguards. The F900 XR continues to be offered in Light White as standard, while the S1000 XR is now painted in the previously optional Racing Red color by default. The R1250 RT gets the Triple Black colorway as well, while the R1250 RS receives the Light White color option.
The F900 R gets two new optional paint schemes: Bluestone Metallic Style Exclusive and Light White/Racing Blue/Racing Red. The Sport package has been discontinued for this naked bike, and its features have been distributed to the Select and Premium package options.
R NineT fans will now be able to spec the Scrambler and Urban GS variants with off-road tires. The Urban GS now only comes in the new Imperial Blue Metallic color, which replaces the old Black Storm Metallic.
The R18 loses the First Edition colorway, but gains new colors in the form of Mars Red Metallic, Manhattan Metallic Matte, and Galaxy Dust Metallic/Titanium Silver 2 Metallic as part of the Option 719 package.
In the sportbike sector, the S1000 RR receives a new Mineral Gray Metallic paint option, while the standard color is called Black Storm Metallic. A step above is the beastly M1000 RR only available in one color: Light White.
No word yet on when these updates are coming to the Philippine market.
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