Fresh new BMW G310 RR details have emerged through a new teaser shared by the company. The Apache’s console have been given BMW’s interface and there is something for front shock absorbers as well…
It now appears that BMW is slowly teasing a bike that the world has seen multiple times – from its partner manufacturer TVS. In its latest video, the Bavarian maker has revealed the G310 RR’s instrument cluster. The cluster is a direct lift from the Apache RR 310 which means it is the same 5 inch vertically placed TFT console that will, obviously, get smartphone pairability.
This will give the RR navigation functionality apart from tons of other features. While this is a big leap from the dated clusters of the G310 R and G310 GS, it differs from the Apache RR 310 only in interface.
The clip-on handlebars have also been lifted from the TVS’ variant but there is an interesting bit to note – the absence of adjustability for the front suspension. In an earlier teaser it had appeared that adjustable suspensions will be present. Clubbing this info, it appears that there may be two or more variants of the BMW’s RR – or the adjustable front suspension may be offered as an option – similar to the Apache 310 BTO.
Aside this, we already know that there will at least be two color options on offer; the engine will be the same 312cc, single cylinder unit and in all probability the power and torque outputs will also remain the same. Similarities may not end just here – the BMW’s RR is also expected to get the ride modes of the Apache.
Launch of the G310 RR is scheduled on the 15 of July and we expect it to be priced at a considerable premium over the TVS Apache that retails for Rs 2.65 Lac ex-showroom. For reference, the BMW G310 R – the naked version – costs around Rs 2.65 Lac whereas the its adventure sibling – the G310 GS is priced at around Rs 3.05 Lac.
If you are considering getting into the BMW’s fold, bookings of the G310 RR are already open and the company is also offering various finance options.