BMW's Concept Roadster Will Come With a Boxer Engine
May 26, 2014 18:43
BMW's Concept Ninety will stand alongside the Mini Superleggera Vision at the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este 2014 this weekend. BMW says the concept bike previews the brand's aspirations in regards to future generations of boxer-powered roadsters
The bike comes with a 2-cylinder boxer engine with an output of 123hp at 7,750 rpm and 125Nm at 6,500 rpm from a displacement of 1,170cc.
"The BMW Concept Roadster is exciting to look and at least as exciting to ride," said Ola Stenegard, Head of Vehicle Design BMW Motorrad.
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