The BRABUS 1300 R may be the company’s first motorcycle, but it’s definitely no slouch. Featuring two stunning signature paint schemes, forged BRABUS Monoblock Z wheels, high-end carbon body elements and an ultra sleek custom-made seat with expert attention to detail by interior specialists.
Power comes from a 1301 cc V-twin engine generating 180 hp at 9500 rpm and 103 lb-ft of torque at 8000 rpm, enabling riders to hit 62 mph in a mere 3.2-seconds. Other features include a WP APEX semi-active suspension, a quick turn throttle twist grip, various carbon fiber parts, and a BRABUS slip-on double-pipe exhaust. One caveat: only 77 of each color – Magma Red and Signature Black – will be made available for purchase, priced at around $46,777 USD.
- Recreate a legendary guitar with this wonderfully detailed LEGO Ideas build-and-display model (21329) of a 1970s Fender Stratocaster guitar and a buildable Fender 65 Princeton Reverb amplifier
- The guitar features a posable whammy bar, pickup switch and tuning pegs, six strings, Fender logo stickers, and a textile strap. The bricks included let you build the guitar in red or black
- The amplifier has removable panels for easy viewing of the motherboard, reverb tank, speaker and otherinterior details, logo stickers, plus connecting rubber cables for the guitar and footswitch
From a technical standpoint, the BRABUS 1300 R makes use of the latest WP APEX semi-active suspension. This allows riders to select between 6 dedicated damping modes – COMFORT, STREET, SPORT, TRACK, ADVANCED – or an AUTO mode that automatically adapts to road and riding conditions,” said the company.