Limited to 290-units worldwide, each hand-built BRABUS 1300 R Edition 23 motorcycle, based on the KTM 1290 Super Duke R EVO, is powered by a 1,301cc LC8 V-twin engine making 177 hp and 103 lb-ft of torque, mated to six speed transmission. Aesthetically, it boasts a headlight mask, complete with exposed-carbon side fairing, power domes and BRABUS Signature Stripes in the air scoop.
Similar to other BRABUS creations, the 1300 R Edition 23’s bespoke heated seat has been reupholstered to feature the exceedingly elegant, yet iconic, BRABUS “Crest” stitching pattern. A semi-active WP suspension technology turns this sleek motorcycle into an agile cornering machine at the push of a button, thanks to electronically controlled solenoid valves for variable damping. Last, but not least, it sports all-new handlebar end mirrors that were purpose-built to round off its unique appearance. Available in black or gray, prices start at around $46,000 USD.
- The model includes a 2-speed gearbox, a first for LEGO Technic motorcycle models, and front and rear suspension for realistic movement
- Features great attention to detail, with attributes from the original, like realistic turning front wheel and front and back disc brakes
- Discover how the gearbox activates the V4-cylinder engine and feel the smooth ride of different driving techniques with the 2-speed action
In typical BRABUS fashion, the bespoke heated seat has been reupholstered to feature the exceedingly elegant BRABUS ‘Crest’ stitching pattern. Finally, the all-new handlebar end mirrors were purpose-built to round off the motorbike’s one-of-a-kind appearance while allowing for millimeter precise adjustments at leisure,” said the company.