Showcased at 2016 EICMA Show in Milan and set for launch sometime in late 2017, the BMW HP4 Race Advanced Prototype sports a host of carbon fiber elements seen in its twin spar frame and wheels.
It is the company’s advanced prototype set to enter production where it will be manufactured by hand and will be a limited series production. Set to target the likes of the Ducati 1299 Superleggera which is also on display at the 2016 EICMA Show, the HP4 Advanced prototype will be priced exclusively.
Details of its makeup and engine specs are scarce while photos reveal Ohlins GP spec FGR fork and TTX shock components besides Brembo M50 monoblock calipers and T Drive rotors. It gets self supporting tail section and seat which is also constructed entirely out of carbon fiber.
BMW HP4 Race Advanced prototype will see its carbon main frame tail section and wheels besides its body work produced at the company’s three plants in Landshut, Leipzig, and Dingolfing from where the company’s i-series and 7-series are also produced. No information on any engine specifications, power figures or final weight is available as on date and could be released by next spring.