The arrival of the R NineT Scrambler was confirmed by BMW earlier this year. Now, an order that surfaced online suggests that the company has registered two more variants of the R NineT: the R NineT Pure and the R NineT Racer.
BMW Motorrad's current heritage range include the R NineT and R NineT Scrambler. Both the motorcycles carry a 1,170cc air-cooled boxer-twin engine that can produce 110bhp at 7,550 rpm and 119Nm of torque at 6,000 rpm.
The executive order also teased that one of these will surely be based on the Lac Rose concept showcased at the Wheels & Waves Festival.
Inspired by BMW's Paris-Dakar motorcycle, the Lac Rose concept will aptly fit the definition of a "Racer."
We expect BMW to reveal the R NineT Pure and R NineT Racer at EICMA 2016.