Updated: BMW S1000RR HP – A Superbike Made Even More Superb

Motorrad | January 15th, 2010 by 10
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We have received fresh information about the “S1000RR HP” model we reported on at the 2010 NAIAS. As it turns out, there will be no …

We have received fresh information about the “S1000RR HP” model we reported on at the 2010 NAIAS. As it turns out, there will be no factory installed “HP package” for the bike, but rather a wide selection of performance parts available for purchase from your local motorrad dealership.

The carbon fiber body paneling encompasses both the left and right side secondary fairings, the front wheel fender, the rear wheel deflector, the foot peg braces and the rear seat cover, the partial tank cover, under-seat fairing, and the underbody fairing. An Akrapovic exhaust is also available for purchase, slicing 1.1 lbs off the weight of the standard bike (the Akrapovic exhaust weighs in at approx 2.4 lb). BMW has not released an official weight figure for the fully upgraded bike, but we suspect a weight savings in the realm of 3 to 5 lb in addition to the 1.1 lb savings from the exhaust for a total of 4 to 6 lb weight reduction. This would bring the bike’s total weight to 201 kg (444 lb) to 202 kg (446 lb) wet, if our projections are accurate.

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As for cost, BMW has confirmed with us that “the cost of these parts range from between $100 to $500 and some parts cost up to $1000 to $2000.” The Akrapovic exhaust has an MSRP of $1,105, all prices listed are in USD.

While this may seem a lavish indulgence to the typical rider, those who are sweating for tenths at the track, or searching for that ultra exotic look will be satisfied with these upgrade parts and willing to open their wallet. We are pleased that the complete “HP” carbon fiber accessorized bike bears such striking resemblance to the S1000RR factory race bike as well as the legendary, endurance race winning HP2 Sport – seen displayed beside the S1000RR at NAIAS.

Interestingly, the “HP” label you see prominently displayed on several of the carbon fiber body panels is optional, you can also order all fairings without this HP logo. With this breaking news, we can now confirm that this bike will retain its S1000RR title and there will be no official “HP” appendage.

The original article from NAIAS is posted below.

A special thank you to BMW NA for the scoop!

We received breaking news from NAIAS that a special S1000RR HP (High Performance) model will be released for the North American Market.  The official release is in approximately one week, so stay tuned for full details and pricing.

In the meantime here’s what we do know: the S1000RR HP model will have copious amounts of Carbon Fiber throughout and an even lighter curb weight than its already-lightest-in-class sibling at 204 kg (450 lb).  The HP model will include all factory options including advanced race ABS, traction control and a fantastic quick shifter.

If this model is deemed “High Performance” by BMW, than what should we call the 193 hp standard model?

Please enjoy these exclusive photos of the S1000RR HP from Detroit.  For a detailed look at the S1000RR, please take a look at our Two Wheeled M article.

10 responses to “Updated: BMW S1000RR HP – A Superbike Made Even More Superb”

  1. p.wong says:


  2. This bike is NUTS .. just nuts man!!!

  3. klier says:

    Even more power, when the original already has more than a Hayabusa

    • bmwm6 says:

      more power than a busa thats a joke
      183 hp rear wheel – s1000rr
      187hp rear wheel – busa
      my dealer confirmed that with the akrapovic pipe ( the one above in pictures) you get 10 more hp on the wheel so then yes it is more than the busa
      I cant wait to get my s1000rr
      after being a busa owner for ten years and counting this will be the first true bmw inline sportbike

  4. MS says:

    No, this is the stock bike with factory installed options (ABS, DTC, quick shifter) and the carbon fiber parts from the accessories catalog. It still has 193 hp. I doubt it will more than a couple of pounds lighter than the regular bike.

  5. RayS says:

    If they can apply this technology in their M Class, though their M is already great and wicked, they can develop a well deserved competitor for the Bugatti at a fraction of the cost.

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