The German automotive giant, Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, has launched four motorbikes in different categories in Pakistan.
Its motorbike arm, BMW Motorrad, showcased them at the Dewan Motors showroom in Islamabad on Saturday.
The Head of the Economic Section of the Embassy of France, Dominique Simon, was in attendance at the event.
The new motorbikes are the K-1600 GT, the R-18 cruiser, the 850 GS, and the 1250 GSA. Their specifications and prices are as follows:
The K-1600 GT is a tour category motorbike that has a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, six-cylinder, in-line engine of 160 hp that gives 129 lb-ft. of torque. Its payload capacity is 454 pounds or 205 kg, and it has a price tag of Rs. 8,970,000.
The R-18 is a heritage category bike, as is evident by its design, and is on sale for Rs. 8,238,750. It has a 1802cc engine with a maximum power of 91 hp, which also produces a maximum torque of 116 lb-ft.
The 850 GS is an adventure category motorbike with a maximum tank capacity of 15.14 liters and an 853cc engine that gives 90 hp at 8,250 rpm. The engine makes 63 lb-ft. of torque at 6250 rpm, and BMW Motorrad has priced the motorbike at Rs. 5,118,750.
The 1250 GSA is a relatively heavier adventure motorbike with a more powerful 1254 cc engine that makes 136 hp at 7750 rpm and 105 lb-ft of torque at 7,550 rpm. It has a larger, 29.9-liter capacity tank, and is priced at Rs. 7,411,000.