BMW Motorrad brings 2020 BS6 BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS

 BMW Motorrad brings 2020 BS6 BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS

Both the BMW G 310 R and G 310 S 2020 BS6 models are spotted quite a while ago now.

The video has caught testing both the prototypes in the state of Haryana, India.

In mid-September 2020 the BMW made it public about these models and when they would arrive.

At the later stages, we also got to know more about the G 310 GS.

BMW Motorrad now has officially launched both models.

2020 BMW G 310 R

The new G 310 R comes with more specs, and we do see little upgrades on the aesthetics as it gets new paint schemes.

We have also been talking about BMW Motorrad bringing the LEDs for its headlamp, blinkers and tail light.

Specs

  • The 312cc single-cylinder now aligns with BS6 norms.
  • It also gets a ride by wire throttle.
  • The rider can now adjust brakes and clutch and assist slipper clutch comes as standard.
  • There is no difference in power output compared to its earlier version which is 34bhp at 9,500rpm and 28Nm at 7,000rpm.
  • Six-speed transmission.
  • The new G 310 R retails at Rs 2.45 lakh (ex-showroom) which is around Rs 54,000 less compared to the outgoing model.

2020 G 310 R will compete with Honda CB300R and KTM389 Duke.

2020 BMW G 310 GS

With 2020 adventure G 310 R BMW Motorrad has unveiled the new G 310 GS. The new G 310 S comes with few phenomenal upgrades.

Specs

  • Unlike its sibling G 310 R, the G 310 GS now is aligned with BS6 norms.
  • It also comes with LEDs on the headlamp, taillights and blinkers.
  • The rider can now adjust brakes and clutch and assist slipper clutch comes as standard.
  • As far as the output goes the G 310 GS churns 34bhp at 9,500rpm and 28Nm at 7,000rpm.
  • Also the adventure G 310 GS comes with semi faired structure, the saddle, windscreen.
  • The clutch, water pump and alternator are in titanium grey metallic colour.
  • What more the G 310 GS houses the 240 mm rotors on the front and 300 mm discs at the rear. Of course with twin-channel ABS.
  • The suspensions are mono-shock at rear and 41mm upside-down forks.

Royal Enfield Himalayan and KTM 390 adventure are fierce competitors of G 310 GS.

 

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