Caution - egos ahead
Impressive and ludicrously quick I'm sure it will be, but I can't help but thinking that bikes in this class of bike need definite detuning and mods these days. Yes, I freely admit that I used to be in the "I'm hard" brigade, wanted no retuning, alterations to the drivetrain, changes of geometry etc but then that was when a 1000 sportsbike would be delivering around 120 rwhp.
Those days are long gone. Now we're talking up to 180 rwhp. Try using that on a sportsbike with no more modifactions other than high bars and no fairing. For a start, front end lift would be horrific, dangerously so. Then the fuel consumption would be intolerable because of increased drag at the same revs. You couldn't tour on it without a screen, and with all the power in the world on a naked bike you wouldn't get it significantly faster than about 150mph due to an exponential increase in drag. Then, the track ready suspension married with high bars and radical geometry would make it unstable on anything other than a billiard table smooth bit of tarmac.
"Ordinary" Jap nakeds that people so readily knock would be quicker on nearly every road, sportsbikes would still be quicker around a track, and tourers would still be better for everyday use. Your undiluted super-naked would be left essentially as a second-best choice for eveything, and end up being a bit of a pain in the arse as a result. So buy a bike like that the only thing that you end up is an ill-thought out tribute to your own ego. "Look at me, I'm hard". No - just foolish. It would be very much akin to comissioning a 6-foot golden statue of your own phallus and displaying it on your front lawn.
BMW are too clever to follow that path. The European super-naked stuff at the moment is living dangerously on the edge of irrelelvence and may just go the route of the sportsbike if things get any sillier. Try riding a Ducati Streetfighter and understand my meaning - it's very borderline, and if I'm being honest with myself my own 2011 Street Triple is too. We really don't need to push the envolope any further in terms of sportsbike tech on nakeds.