BMW Motorrad India will soon launch a new motorcycle in the Indian market. According to reports, this motorcycle will be based on the TVS Apache RR 310. The teaser clearly shows that the upcoming BMW Motorrad bike India will have a vertical TFT screen similar to that seen on the TVS Apache RR 310. Let us warn you that the graphics will most likely differ. In addition, it will lack adjustable front suspension, as well as the adjustment knobs and fork tube, but BMW Motorrad will offer it as an option. The BMW G 310 for India and the rest of the world will be built at the Hosur TVS plant.
BMW Motorrad has released a teaser for its new G 310 RR motorcycle, in which many of the bike's designs and features are revealed. The teaser showed the bike in black and white with a split-style design. Aside from that, thanks to a collaboration between BMW Motorrad and TVS Motor, this bike shares a platform with the TVS Apache 310. For your information, this bike will be released on July 15th, and the fairing will bear BMW branding.
BMW has only revealed the front end of the upcoming bike, which features twin projector headlights. According to the first teaser, this bike will have features similar to the Apache RR 310, such as a taillight, mirrors, and a windscreen. However, changes in the design of both can be expected, resulting in changes in both bikes.
The 313 cc single-cylinder engine found in the G 310 R and Apache RR 310 is more likely to be found in the BMW G 310 RR. At 9,700 rpm, this engine produces 34 bhp and 27.3 Nm of peak torque. Let us tell you that the engine on this bike will most likely be mated to a 6-speed transmission. This motorcycle can also include features such as Bluetooth connectivity, ride-by-wire, and riding mode.
If you want to purchase this bike, you can do so online or by visiting the company's website. Not only that, but if you can't afford to buy it all at once, the company offers EMI financing. You can purchase this bike by making monthly payments of Rs 3,999.