For 2015, the BMW K1600GT and K1600GTL receive traction control as standard equipment and optional keyless ignition.
2014 BMW R1200RT Spied Testing
With the new 2013 BMW R1200GS now launching worldwide, it really should be no surprise BMW is working on more models using the GS’s new liquid-cooled boxer engine.
A contributor to French site MotoMag happened upon a crew of test riders on heavily camouflaged test mules of what appears to be the 2014 BMW R1200RT. The swirly camo pattern does little to hide the new “precision cooling” liquid-cooled engine, easily identified by the pipes exiting from the bottom of the cylinders.
The fairing appears to be new, with a different nose and front air intake ducts. The headlights have also been updated to resemble the K1600GT‘s headlight. It’s appears the 2014 R1200RT may inherit the K16′s Xenon adaptive headlight with dynamic leveling.
Beyond that, we should expect the 2014 BMW R1200RT to include saddlebags, standard ABS and an electronically-adjustable windshield.
We should also expect to see the new engine in a R1200R standard model, either in 2014 or 2015.