KTM and Brabus have teamed up to bring one of the most exclusive streetfighters ever made. Brabus is a Germany-based tuning company that is known for offering high-end tuned Mercedes Benz cars. This is the first time the brand is coming with a motorcycle project. The Brabus 1300 R is predominantly based on the KTM flagship streetfighter, the Superduke 1290 R EVO.
It is offered in two colour options, Magma Red and Signature Black. The Brabus 1300 R production is limited to only 154 units globally, which makes it very exclusive. Both the colour options are limited to only 77 units each. This special edition streetfighter shares a lot of components with the Superduke, but it has a character of its own.
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Brabus 1300 R Design and Styling
The Brabus 1300 R looks nothing like the aggressive and sharp KTM 1290 Superduke R EVO. Its design somewhat looks inspired by the Husqvarna bikes. This Brabus streetfighter comes with a muscular but elegant looking body design. It features a circular-shaped LED headlight that gives it a neo-retro cafe racer type face. It features a sculpted large 15.9 litres fuel tank with carbon fibre tank shrouds.
Brabus has equipped it with carbon fibre air intakes that improve the airflow and they also add an aggressive touch to its overall design. The Brabus 1300 R comes with a razor-sharp tail section that is also made up of carbon fibre. It is equipped with a custom rider-only heated seat and it features twin blacked-out custom exhaust mufflers. This Brabus streetfighter looks like a modern-day cafe racer and it exudes elegance from every angle.
Brabus 1300 R Specification and Features
It features the same 1301 cc V-Twin LC8 engine as the Superduke 1290 R EVO. The V-Twin powertrain churns out 180 PS of maximum power and 140 Nm of peak torque. It is mated to a 6-speed gearbox and it also gets a hydraulically actuated power-assisted slipper clutch. The Brabus 1300 R can hit 0 to 100 kmph in 3.2 seconds and its top speed is claimed to be around 270 kmph.
It is built on the same powder-coated Chrome-moly tubular frame as the Superduke. Its chassis is tuned to deliver the perfect balance of stiffness and feedback to the rider. The Brabus 1300 R boasts a semi-active suspension setup onboard that also includes the Suspension Pro Package. It is equipped with WP APEX 48 mm inverted front forks that offer electronically controlled damping. At the rear, it features a WP APEX mono-shock absorber with an automatic preload adjuster.
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The baking system on this streetfighter consists of twin 320 mm discs on the front wheel and a single 240 mm disc on the rear wheel. Its front disc brake gets Brembo Stylema 4-piston callipers while the rear disc brake gets twin-piston floating callipers. The Brabus 1300 R is equipped with lightweight monoblock Z 9-Spoke forged wheels and it rolls on premium Bridgestone S22 tyres.
This streetfighter has a seat height of 845 mm which is slightly higher than the Superduke EVO. Its dry weight is claimed to be around 194 kg by Brabus. It features a custom-made heated seat that provides maximal grip and rider movement. The 1300 R comes with an adjustable handlebar that allows the rider to choose among 4 positions.
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It features a 5-inch TFT with an intuitive design and it gets a menu switch to access various riding aids onboard. This mighty streetfighter gives the rider the option to choose between 5 ride modes, rain, street, sport, track, & performance. The Brabus 1300 R electronic package includes a motorcycle traction control system, Supermoto ABS, cruise control, motor slip regulation, TPMS, and keyless access.
Price and Launch in India
Brabus has priced this exclusive streetfighter at € 39 500,00 which is nearly Rs 32.7 Lakh in Indian rupees. All the units of the Brabus 1300 R have already been sold out. But the brand has also started a waiting list so you still have a chance to own this beauty. It competes with the Ducati Streetfighter & Aprilia Tuono V4.