BMW's naked version of its top-level superbike is arriving in 2021 with less weight, more power, and components based on the S 1000 RR. The S 1000 R weighs in at just 438 pounds, thanks to an aluminum frame based on the S 1000 RR and a lighter gearbox. The inline-four also shares its architecture with the S 1000 RR, making 165 horsepower and 84 lb-ft of torque. Optional engine drag torque control electronically reduces wheelspin on launch and downshifts, while three riding modes, hill start, traction control, and ABS are standard. Also new are a 6.5-inch display and bodywork with LED lighting.