BMW HP4 Revealed [PHOTOS]

Jul 27, 2012 01:33 PM EDT

The rumored BMW HP4 photos have been officially revealed today with the automaker’s announcement.

BMW HP 4 is said to be the lightest among 4-cylinder 100cc supersports bike, according to BMW’s statement. The bike outputs 193 hp and weights 199 kilos, including Race ABS and with a 90 percent full tank.

“The HP label stands for high performance, and the HP4 once again embodies outstanding agility, power and riding dynamics,” wrote the company.

“But it also reflects the use of extremely high-quality materials and intelligent technology, carefully conceived down to the last detail. In short, the HP4 stands for perfectly controllable power and sporty perfection.”

The HP4 is based on BMW S 1000 RR, which had an international press presentation in 2009. The new BMW motorcycle comes with suspension system, Dynamic Damping Control (DDC). The Race ABS is tailored to sporty needs with four different modes: “Rain”, “Sport”, “Race”, and “Slick”.

Check out the photos of the new BMW HP4 in the following slides. Click “Start” to begin the slideshow.

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