With slight technical and visual retouching, BMW is sending almost all classes to the 2023 model year.
Traditionally, BMW actually moves to the next year’s model in the summer. The first 2023 models will be available in stores from August. In addition to the new color variants, there are only minor technical changes in most of the series. For example, the installed RDC tire pressure control system will be integrated with the keyless radio system in the future, both in an on-demand configuration and in integration into the same control unit. This makes it possible to use the second set of wheels.
New for all series
Another technical tweak that extends to the R, S, K, F and C series is the so-called comfort turn-off option, in which the turn signals are automatically turned off depending on time, speed and driving condition. Depending on the model, the Keyless Ride and RDC are either part of the basic equipment or part of the optional “Comfort” or “Touring” family of equipment. However, fine tuning of the onboard electronics does not extend to the entry-level budget models G 310 R and G 310 GS; The traditionally designed Heritage models of the R nineT family were also excluded. In the mid-range F-Class, the future Comfort package will also include the innovative carbon-coated “Endurance M Series”, which should last about as long as the standard Series with significantly less maintenance.
As always, the BMW models missing from the summer year change list are also interesting because, on the contrary, more extensive changes can be expected. This time it affects the types R 1250 R, R 1250 RS and S 1000 RR. The vintage BMW 2023 is not yet complete. And last but not least, it’s also expected to be BMW’s most significant new car for next year: the R 1300 GS.
There is not much new in most BMW 2023 models. In addition to the new color variants, special equipment and functions are slightly modified and reintegrated. We will likely have to wait a little longer for the real innovations from BMW for next year.