BMW Motorrad, Europe's largest motorcycle manufacturer, unveiled the new BMW K Series at the INTERMOT 2008 in Cologne, Germany, on October 7. The three new models, BMW K 1300 R, BMW K 1300 S and BMW K 1300 GT are upgraded successor to their previous models. The BMW K 1300 S has an engine output of 129 kW (175 hp) combined with overall weight of 254 kg (560 lb) including fuel while the BMW K 1300 R develops maximum output of 127 kW (173 hp) and weighs 243 kg (536 lb) with a full tank The motorcycles in this video are the S, R and the GT in that order. Thanks for reading this post. If you liked this video, check out our channel on the right for others. For other motoring news, point a new tab to Your Friendly Neighborhood Editor, Manny Ortiz European Motor News Online

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