Unofficial design of a BMW M 1000 RR

BMW M 1000 RR
Nirjar Mardal

BMW M 1000 RR

BMW M 1000 RR

BMW M 1000 RR

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR

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BMW M 1000 RR
Nirjar Mardal

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The concept bike does not come from BMW Motorrad. Nirjar Mardal is responsible for this design.

BMW M 1000 RR
Nirjar Mardal

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In his opinion, this is what a BMW M 1000 RR could look like.

BMW M 1000 RR
Nirjar Mardal

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The front of the M 1000 RR design looks more angular and aggressive compared to the oirginal S 1000 RR.

BMW M 1000 RR
Nirjar Mardal

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BMW Motorrad does not currently have an M version of the S 1000 RR on offer, but there are plenty of M Performance Parts from the original accessories program, which we will show you below.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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BMW charges the M forged wheels at 1,290 euros.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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For the carbon wheel set, at least 4,225 euros are required.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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The carbon airbox cover costs 366 euros.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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If the upper side panels are to shine in carbon, 780 euros are due.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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The matching tank panels cost 732 euros.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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BMW charges 355 euros for the carbon cover over the rear wheel.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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The additional chain guard requires a further investment of 307 euros.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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For 388 euros, the front wheel crouches under a carbon fender.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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Pinion behind carbon – works for 324 euros.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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The radiator grille is downright cheap for 47 euros.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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The bench is available in three heights – the price is always the same: 305 euros.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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The foldable and adjustable hand lever cords cost 172 euros each.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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The matching protector is also available for 153 euros per side.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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The remote brake adjuster wants to be paid for with 250 euros.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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The protectors provide protection for the engine at a price of 187 euros.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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The M driver footrest system is to be purchased for 795 euros.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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The cover for the M-look oil filler neck is still in preparation.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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Other windshields are available from 195 euros.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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If you want to cover license plate holders and mirror holes for use on the racetrack, you should bring 55 euros.

BMW M Performance Parts S 1000 RR
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Protection for the axles: 166 euros.

Unofficial draft of a BMW M 1000 RR

Angular concept with a compressor

Nirjar Mardal’s concept for the BMW M 1000 RR takes up the idea of ​​the e-compressor, for which BMW also applied for a patent in 2019.

In spring 2020, BMW Motorrad launched the first M Performance Parts for the S 1000 RR on the market. Since then, owners of the Bavarian super sports motorcycle have been able to upgrade their machine with the finest – and of course not the cheapest – add-on parts. Nirjar Mardal chooses a different approach, who immediately designed an entire sports bike that goes by the name of BMW M 1000 RR.

The fairing parts of Mardals M 1000 RR are much more angular and rugged than the original. The front of the M 1000 RR in particular looks more aggressive as a result, but the split and angular cover behind the driver’s seat recess is also noticeably shaped differently. The carbon fiber tail is very slim overall, which is emphasized even more by a single-sided swing arm. The purple silencer is a matter of taste and always an eye-catcher. The wheels are more classic, each with five thin spokes.

E-compressor refers to BMW patent

It is also noteworthy that Mardal’s M 1000 RR appears to be equipped with an electric compressor. This should actually be located on the intake side of the engine and not, as in this design, at the end of the exhaust system. Still, it’s a good thought that the designer picks up on there as himself


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The e-compressor is not supposed to increase the peak power, but to provide a fuller torque at low speeds.

The fact that BMW is patenting such a technology does not mean that the Bavarians will also implement the concept in series production. But it shows which ways are being considered to make combustion engines fit for the future.

M Performance Parts S 1000 RR

The range of -M Performance Parts for the BMW S 1000 RR includes, among other things, an airbox cover made of carbon, a chain guard in connection with a rear wheel cover, also made of carbon, a carbon front wheel cover, a carbon sprocket cover, carbon tank panels, as well as various trim parts that are also made of carbon. You can see the complete M accessories including prices in the photo show.

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