The history of BMW's wonky headlights
27 March 2009 11:41
New spy shots have shown that BMW’s S1000RR will continue the firm’s proud tradition of asymmetrical headlights.
The shots show that the right-hand side headlight is smaller than the left and kidney shaped, housing only one projector light.
BMW has been producing bikes with wonky headlights since the BMW R1100S in 1999, so we celebrate 10 years of funky German design with a look back at all of the beemers with odd beamers.
Here's the history of BMW's wonky headlights:
2009 - BMW S1000RR
This year BMW will finally bring the lop-sided look to a wider audience – the S1000RR is gunning straight for buyers of Japanese 1000s, so BMW will be hoping they appreciate the individual look.