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The BMW R9T By Zillers Garage Showcases Raw and Post-Apocalyptic Appeal

The BMW R9T channels post-apocalyptic ferocity and state-of-the-art design, featuring a redesigned metal shell and fully-comprehensible dashboard.

Apr 06, 2020 | By Julia Roxan

Unveiling a one-off customized version of the BMW R18 cruiser, dubbed BMW R9T, Moscow-based automaker, Zillers Garage channels post-apocalyptic ferocity and state-of-the-art design in its latest creation.

The BMW R9T By Zillers Garage Showcases Raw and Post-Apocalyptic Appeal

Whilst maintaining the bike’s internal build, Zillers Garage focused on redesigning its outer body, featuring a new and improved shell made entirely from fabricated aluminum parts, which enclose each and every element in a metal-finished mass, all the way from the headlight to the tail-light – emphasizing the R9T’s raw and post-apocalyptic appeal.

With a looming presence and intimidating volume, the robust BMW R9T offers limited ground clearance and incorporates a menacing HID headlamp, a protruding boxer engine, an integrated dashboard with a comprehensible fuel-tank display, plus electricals which are conveniently accessible through a sliding rear.


 
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