The BMW S1000RR is a sports bike produced by BMW that appears in Asphalt series.
Initially made by BMW Motorrad to compete in the 2009 Superbike World Championship, the BMW S1000RR is now in commercial production. It was introduced in Munich in April 2008, and is powered by a 999 cc (61.0 cu in) inline-4 engine redlined at 14,200 rpm.
BMW made 1,000 S1000RRs to satisfy World Superbike homologation requirements, but expanded production for commercial sale of the bike in 2010. It has an anti-lock braking system as a standard, with an optional electronic traction control. As of 2016, it has a wet weight of 204 kg (450 lb), and produces 148.4 kW (199.0 hp) at 13,500 rpm. With 133.6 kW (179.2 hp) sent to the rear wheel, it is the most powerful motorcycle in the class on the dyno.
Asphalt 8: Airborne
The BMW S 1000 RR was added in the Hot Wheels Update as an R&D-unlockable motorcycle. It is the only motorcycle (excluding the postponed Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 RR my2017 from the Munich Update) and A-class vehicle added in this update.
As of the Fifteenth Anniversary Update, the BMW S 1000 RR is now a Class B motorcycle.
Compared to the other motorcycles, the BMW S 1000 RR does not excel at anything in particular, but nonetheless has great acceleration, handling and drifting coupled with high top speed, common traits shared in motorcycles. It has a high nitro efficiency rated at 6/10/14, shared with the Ducati SuperSport S.
The BMW S 1000 RR previously had some use in multiplayer, having a very low starting rank compared to its final rank, though it now has no use in Multiplayer due to the presence of the Audi R8 e-tron Special Edition.
- 0-10-0-1 5-0-5-0 Rank 1375
- 255.3 mph/410.9 kph without supercharge, 265 mph/426.5 kph with supercharge
- 0-10-0-10 5-0-5-0 Rank 1443
- 267.4 mph/430.0 kph without supercharge, 279 mph/449 kph with supercharge
- 0-10-0-10 5-0-5-5 Rank 1485
- ~To be filled in
- 0-10-0-10 5-5-5-5 Rank 1526
- 276.5 mph/445 km/h without supercharge, 287.7 mph/463 km/h with supercharge
As of the 2019 Spring Update, maxing the BMW S 1000 RR out costs 957,000. Pro Kits require 10 of each Class A Bike Part, 8 Common Techs, 12 Rare Techs, 8 Pro Techs, 16 Forced Four Stroke Engines (contradicting the real life S 1000 RR's use of naturally aspirated engine/Four Stroke Engine), and 320,000.
As of the 2019 Halloween Update, the bike no longer requires Blueprints to be assembled, and has a full purchase price of 1,300.
Research & Development
- Main article: Research & Development/BMW S 1000 RR
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