Brabus isn’t a name you’d typically associate with motorcycles.
Yet, the German tuner has just unveiled its second two-wheeler.
Brabus teamed up with KTM to create the Brabus 1300 R Edition 23 – and it’s one badass-looking bike.
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Brabus is calling it a luxurious, “naked bike.”
Not quite sure exactly what that means, but it’s powered by a 1,301 cc V-Twin engine producing 180 hp at 9,500 rpm and 140 Nm of torque at 8,000 rpm.
It’s also limited edition, with only 290 of these mean-looking motorcycles being made.
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This is the second motorcycle Brabus has produced alongside KTM since the pair formed a partnership last year.
The Brabus 1300 R Edition 23 is based on the first bike, the KTM 1290 Super Duke R Evo.
However, the tuning outfit has altered the appearance of the bike, making it look even more stealthy.
It’s being offered in two special paint colors – Superblack and Stealth Gray– and features an assortment of carbon fiber body elements.
These parts include a distinctive headlight mask with exposed-carbon side fairing and power domes, too.
Giving the bike a unique face are Brabus Signature Stripes in the air scoops which are made of pre-preg carbon fiber.
That’s not all, though, as the bike also gets custom foot pegs, a dual-pipe exhaust, and Brabus Monoblock Z forged wheels finished in “Platinum Black” adding to the stealth look.
It even comes with a bespoke heated seat featuring the Brabus “Crest” stitching pattern.
To finish things off, the Brabus 1300 R Edition 23’s handlebar end mirrors have been purpose-built to round off the motorbike’s one-of-a-kind appearance.
Brabus 1300 R Edition 23 price
Brabus says the 1300 R Edition 23 will only be sold in select markets, with prices starting at €42,500 ($45,674) in Germany.