The new F series variations include the BMW F 750 GS, BMW F 850 GS, and BMW F 850 GS Adventure. The trio now sports new tape designs and the respective style designation on the fairing side panels of the style variations.
Additionally, all models now rocks new LED flashing turn indicators as standard, as well as a USB charging device at the front right of the cockpit. There are more. ABS Pro and DRC (Dynamic Traction Control) are also standard too.
The new F series is powered by 853cc liquid-cooled 4-valve, 2-cylinder, paired to a six-speed gearbox. The engine on the 750 develops 77 horses (at 7,500 rpm) and turns 83 Nm (61 lb-ft) of torque at 6,000 rpm while the 850 packs 95 hp (at 8,250 rpm) and 92 Nm (68 lb-ft) at 6,250 rpm.
Special edition touches include “40 Years GS” logo on the fairing side panels, and exclusive yellow hand-protector bars, gold rims and a seat bench in black/yellow with GS logo.
With the 750, you also get black matte painted wheels, silver handlebars and a galvanized radiator cowl. The latter can also be found on the 850 – in addition to black fixed fork tubes, a Black storm metallic paintwork and gold wheels.
We don’t see these models in the U.S. yet. However, all Edition 40 GS bikes are available to the UK as well as Germany market with a starting price of £8,880 (or 9.572,44 euro) for the F 750 GS Edition 40 Years GS, and a starting price of £10,505 (€12.243,36) and £11,455 (€13.295,64) for the F 850 GS Edition 40 Years GS and the F 850 GS Adventure Edition 40 Years GS, respectively.
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