BMW has introduced a revised and, it claims, improved version of its best-selling motorcycle helmet: the BMW System 6 Evo. The new BMW System 6 Evo motorcycle helmet has a tougher, even more scratch-resistant sun visor, a more robust visor mechanism enabling operation with gloved hands, improved ventilation control on the chin and a revised spoiler for improved aerodynamics and a smoother ride.
Additionally, the BMW System 6 Evo motorcycle helmet comes in a range of all-new colors and designs.
The lightweight, flip-front BMW System 6 was introduced in 2009 and rapidly became BMW Motorrad's best-selling and most popular motorcycle helmet. In addition to boasting a minimal weight of 1570 grams, the BMW System 6 is one of the quietest flip-front on the market – just 84 to 86dB(A) at 100km/h. It features a unique design chin bar pivot which reduces the size of the helmet when the chin bar is in an upright position.
The helmet comes ready for installation of the BMW Communication system, offering a Bluetooth connection to the BMW Navigator IV Sat-Nav, music players, mobile phones and other BMW helmets.
The BMW System 6 Evo helmet doesn't come cheap, as you might expect, around 20,500 THB for plain color and around 21,500 THB for patterned design.