New BMW G310 RR details shared in six pointers. It is the most affordable full faired sports motorcycle from the Germans…
So, the veil has finally been lifted, and the long-teased baby supersport from BMW Motorrad has been launched sporting a sharp & faired design to appeal to the lovers of race-bike aesthetics.
This new RR marks the company’s 3rd model in their popular 310 platform – sitting between their G 310 R naked and G 310 GS ADV bikes. As is evident, BMW has taken the TVS Apache RR 310 and rebadged it under its own moniker.
Let’s take a closer look at the new BMW G310 RR –
- Variants, Colours & Price
- BMW G310 RR has been introduced in India in 2 variants – Standard and Style sport – both carrying their individual colours.
- Each variant is being offered in 1 exclusive colour – Black Sport Metallic for the Standard & Light White Uni, Racing Blue Metallic & Racing Red uni colour for the Style Sport Variant
- The G 310 RR starts at Rs. 2.85 Lakh for the Standard variant and the top-spec Style Sport costs 2.99 Lakh (ex-showroom).
- The G 310 is offered with a 3-year unlimited Kilometer warranty as standard.
- Design & Company’s description of G 310 RR
- BMW have introduced the new G 310 RR and it carries the color theme from bigger motorcycles.
- BMW explains that the new bike is designed to conquer the Tracks and also be able to munch highway miles with ease.
- Engine & Transmission
- BMW G 310 RR is powered by the same 313 cc engine that can be found on the current TVS Apache RR 310.
- The engine is a 313 cc, single-cylinder, DOHC, water-cooled unit.
- The engine produces 34 HP in Track/Sport Mode and is toned down to 25.8 HP in Rain/urban mode, while putting out 27 Nm in Track/Sport mode and tones it down to 25 Nm in Rain/urban mode.
- The power from the engine is put down to the ground through a 6-speed transmission system, aided by an Assist & Slipper Clutch.
- Claimed 0-60 km/h – 2.9 seconds.
- Claimed Top-Speed – 160 km/h in Track/Sport Mode & 125 km/h in Urban/Rain Mode.
- Fuel Capacity – 12 L.
- Chassis & Suspension
- The new G 310 RR is built around a Tubular Space Frame.
- Fitted at the front are Gold coloured 41 mm Upside-Down (USD) forks.
- The rear is equipped with a Cast aluminium dual swing arm with a central spring strut mechanism.
- Wheelbase – 1367 mm
- Seat height – 811 mm.
- Kerb weight – 174 kg.
- Extensive Feature-list
- BMW have borrowed the vertically-oriented 5” TFT display that TVS offers on its Apache RR 310 supersport.
- The total lighting setup of the baby RR is full-LED – including dual projector LED headlight, indicators and a devil-horn-shaped LED tail-light.
- The 5” TFT digital instrumentation sports the BMW name and UI elements when switched on or operated using the handlebar controls.
- The 5” TFT digital instrumentation can be controlled by the on-the-go handlebar controls which also come with a hazard-lights button.
- The Digital Cluster facilitates –
- Intuitive framework
- High-resolution and clear graphics
- Riding statistics
- Maximum speed
- Temperature and much more
- Wheels & Brakes
- The G 310 RR is riding on 17” alloys covered with Michelin Pilot Sport rubber as standard.
- The braking is handled by a 300 mm, 4-piston, radially bolted, single-disc system at the front and a 240 mm, single-piston disc at the rear.
- The ABS is a dual-channel BMW Motorrad ABS system offered as standard.
- The riding modes are also programmed to control the ABS intrusiveness according to the riding mode selected.
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