BMW G 310 RR unveiled for the Indian market for Rs 2.8 lakhs

BMW G 310 RR unveiled for the Indian market for Rs 2.8 lakhs

BMW India has officially unveiled the BMW G 310 RR, its first small-capacity sportbike. Developed jointly by BMW Motorrad and TVS Motor Company, the BMW G 310 RR is an entry-level sportbike promises to deliver a racing experience to every rider.

Officially unveiled a few hours ago, the all-new BMW G 310 RR is a fully faired motorcycle is easy to ride and own and offers exceptional performance.

The BMW G 310 RR is here to make all your performance fantasies a reality. After almost four years of teasing us with the release date since we saw the concept in September 2018.

Racing DNA

The BMW G 310 RR is a road-legal racing bike blurs the boundaries between supersport and small-capacity bikes.

While based on a very different price point and overall platform, the G 310 RR does not break from a proven successful formula of Apache RR 310.

Called the BMW G 310 RR, the new entry-level model arrives as the first in a series of BMW models to be manufactured locally with the help of TVS.

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Using the chassis, engine and bodywork from TVS manufacturing partner TVS Motor Company’s Apache RR 310 model, BMW can introduce a budget-friendly sportbike doesn’t compromise on design or quality.

It is quite an interesting little motorcycle. For starters, it’s a thoroughbred member of the BMW family. But more importantly, it inherits a lot of its design language from the hot-selling BMW Apache RTR 200. It uses all but the livery used in Apache RR 310.

Change in livery

The livery used for BMG G 310 RR is black Standard livery and M-Performance-inspired Style Sports shade.

We see everything the same when we compare Apache 310 RR and BMW G 310 RR, from dual LED headlight to 5 inches vertical TFT console. However, RR has four ride modes (urban, track, sport and rain) which we don’t see in G 310 RR.

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Like its siblings, G 310 GS and G 310 R, the G 310 RR features a TVS’s liquid-cooled 313cc, single-cylinder engine, churning out a healthy 25kW (33.5 HP) along with 27.3 Nm (20.1 lb-ft) of torque.

Further, it comes with 17-inch five-spoke wheels and Michelin Pilot Street tires similar to its single-R sibling.

Versatile sportbike

The Bavarians are looking to woo younger customers with the new G 310 RR and more performance-minded fans through their GS family. While the G 310 RR may lack little innovation, it’s a versatile sportbike, and it can perform racing and street tasks.

It comes at a price of ₹285,000 (approx USD 3,575) for the Standard model and ₹299,000 (approx USD 3,750) for the Style Sport variant.

via BMWHT AutoFinancial Express

 

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