Bmw launches £68,000 HP4 race

It's going to be a proper weapon, this thing.

3y ago


As if the HP4 wasn't perfect enough as it is, BMW has pushed the boat out. All the way out.

This new 212bhp £68,000 limited-edition machine is dubbed the HP4 'race' and the spec is mindblowing.

Those Ohlins FGR300 forks are straight off a MotoGP bike and the frame is all carbon, weighing just 7.8kg. The whole bike is lighter than a WSB machine. It's the ultimate toy for anyone who rides on track. Sadly they're not homologated for road use.


Carbon fibre main frame in monocoque construction weighing just 7.8 kilograms
212bhp @ 13,900 rpm and 88.5lbft @ 10,000 rpm
Self-supporting carbon fibre rear frame with three-stage height adjustment
Carbon fibre wheels
Öhlins FGR 300 fork
Öhlins TTX 36 GP shock
Brembo GP4 PR monoblock brake calipers
Close-ratio racing gearbox
Lithium-ion battery
2D dashboard and 2D data recording including logger
Dynamic Traction Control DTC (programmable for selected gears at 15 levels)
Engine Brake EBR (programmable for selected gears at 15 levels)
Wheelie Control (programmable for selected gears)
Launch Control & Pit Lane Limiter
Paint finish in BMW HP Motorsport colours
Production run of 750 units, each individually crafted
UK price of £68,000 and available from September 2017

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