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2011 BMW K1600GT & K1600GTL Photo Gallery

See photos of the all-new BMW K1600GT and K1600GTL, which sport a production Inline Six engine. Read the full story in the 2011 BMW K1600GT First Look.

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2011 BMW K1600GTL
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The Inline Six configuration has been used extensively throughout the Bavarian marque’s automobiles, but is now showcased on the two-wheeled side - 2011 BMW K1600GT
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Despite tacking on the extra two cylinders the new Inline Six measures only 22 inches wide.
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Peak power claims for the K1600GT are 160 horsepower at 7500 rpm and 129 lb-ft of torque at 5000 rpm.
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Chain-driven cams actuate the four-valve heads of the, let’s do the math, 24-valve design.
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GT stands for Gran Turismo, so both versions of the K1600GT are tapped out as purpose-built tourers, but there are differences.
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The 2011 BMW K1600GT crankshaft.
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. The Inline Six layout keeps the same 55-degree forward tilt of the four-cylinder K series engine.
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BMW hails its new mill the “lightest and most compact six-cylinder engine in serial motorcycle production.”
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Both rides come with standard heated grips and seat, as well as cruise control and on-board computer, with a new color monitor on the instrument console.
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BMW's EICMA Milan Show Concept 6 first debuted the Inline Six powering the marque's new K series bikes.
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2011 BMW K1600GT
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2011 BMW K1600GTL
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2011 BMW K 1600 GTL
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2011 BMW K 1600 GTL
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2011 BMW K 1600 GTL