Other updates include standard LED lighting, cornering lights, four rider modes, full-colour TFT instruments, electronic suspension adjustment, hill hold control and dynamic brake control which reduces drive torque during braking to prevent rear wheel lockup.
Weight savings come from the 19% lighter double-sided swingarm, 5% lighter engine, and lighter exhaust and frame.
BMW says the ergos have been updated for more wind protection and comfort.
It also gets the RR’s “Flex Frame” where the engine takes on more of the load-bearing function for better agility.
Options include shift assist for clutchless up/down shifts, electronic cruise control, and daytime running lights.
It will be available in Ice Grey and Racing Red/White Aluminium.