Posted in IndiaBMW Motorrad has lastly pulled the wraps off the brand new 2019 BMW R 1250 GS journey tourer on the ongoing EICMA 2018, in Milan. The bike has been revealed to the general public simply a few months after BMW launched the official specs and pictures of each the usual GS and the Journey variants. The mannequin within the photographs is the top-spec BMW R 1250 GS Journey that may be a extra off-road pleasant model that comes with spoked wheels, crash guard, hand guards and metallic panniers, amongst others. BMW R 1250 GS is powered by a brand new 1,254 cc boxer-twin engine with a variable valve timing system The brand new 2019 BMW R 1250 GS and the R 1250 GS Journey are powered by a brand new 1,254 cc boxer-twin engine that now comes with a variable valve timing system, which BMW calls 'Shiftcam Know-how'. The system adapts to regulate throttle response and supply bottom-end and mid-range torque to propel the bike by way of consistently altering surfaces, offering grip and low-end grunt and traction in difficult terrain. The engine additionally comes with an extended stroke and a much bigger bore thus gaining 9 per cent extra energy and 14 per cent extra torque. The motor now makes 136 bhp at 7750 rpm and 143 Nm at 6,250 rpm. BMW R 1250 GS comes with an up to date digital package deal The bike now additionally comes with an up to date digital package deal options using modes (Street and Rain), ABS, automated stability management (ASC - which is BMW's traction management system) and Hill Begin Management as customary gear. The bike additionally comes with an up to date semi-active digital suspension and now options 'automated load compensation'. BMW additionally gives the non-obligatory Driving Mode Professional system that features Dynamic Traction Management (DTC), ABS Professional, Hill Begin Management Professional, and Dynamic Brake Help. BMW R 1250 GS will get a multi-functional instrument panel with a 6.5-inch full-colour TFT show Different options embrace a multi-functional instrument panel with a 6.5-inch full-colour TFT show, revised LED headlamps and LED daytime working lamp. Visible updates embrace a redesigned gas tank, consumption ports, a brushed aluminium radiator guard, and new graphics. The bike now comes with three color choices of matte gray, black and the tricolour HP scheme of white, blue and purple with gold rims. The bike is predicted to return to India someday in 2019.