BMW Motorrad has made two new version developments of its medium and entry GS models with the F700 GS and F800 GS. The GS series was first introduced to the biking world in 2007 with the release of the F650 GS and F800 GS and their recent successors sport a wide range of detail and mechanical improvements.
Both the models come with electronic rear shock-adjustment, switchable stability control and as a standard, a new-generation switchable ABS.
Speaking of the physical aspects, both models have gained more instruments and handlebar controls with redesigned body-details.
The F700 GS model has an added power of 3kW over its predecessor F650 GS and has new and improved designs for windshield and handlebar clamp and has additional twin-disc front brakes and color options.
F800 GS Upgrades:
Though the F800 GS has been updated to a degree lesser than its release partner, it comes with a headlight of the LED auxiliary type and a lower suspension setup with similar options for color.
The two BMW models are not expected to appear in the market till Christmas at least and the exact pricing and specifications shall also be announced only then.