BMW India is launching its most affordable product in the Indian market, BMW G 310 RR.
BMW Motorrad India is launching their small 300cc bike in the Indian market today. The will be the most affordable and the entry-level bike from the manufacturer will share underpinnings with the TVS Apache RR 310. Ahead of the launch, some photos are revealed of the bike in a parking area. The design and elements are looking similar to the 310 RR and the color has a combination of white, black, blue, and red.
It was also teased multiple times, it will be a rebadged version of the TVS Apache RR 310 without any changes and improvements. But as we can see in the leaked photos, the design of the headlight is slightly changed and the front has a full fairing face. The adjustable suspension will be a part of the standard kit of the bike, but can be available as an accessory, revealed today.
The spied bike has been equipped with the Michelin Pilot Street tyres, the same we get in the naked BMW G 310 R. The rear end of the bike looks similar to the RR 310 and the lower details like – turn indicators, tail lights, and reflectors too.
The features are moreover expected to be carried forward from the RR 310, such as 5-inch TFT vertical instrument display, Bluetooth connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, and driving modes.
Powering the BMW G 310 RR is a 312.2cc engine mated to a 6-Speed gearbox that powers the bike with 34 bhp and 27.3 Nm. The 312 cc engine is a single-cylinder unit, with liquid cooling and three drive modes it might have – Urban, Rain, and Sport.
All bike lovers are awaiting the launch of the BMW G 310 RR and it’s launching today. We’ll update all the details once they are revealed. Till then do comment on what you like in the G 310 RR.