BMW G310 RR receive positive response from the riding community and has already delivered 1,000 units since its launch in July…
BMW Motorrad India have proudly announced that they have received a great welcome from the riding community and have received a massive 2,200 bookings for their latest entrant in the G310 range – BMW G310 RR.
BMW have further announced that they have already delivered 1,000 units of the G310 RR sports motorcycles to the respective owners since July of this year, this is when the entry-level supersport model was introduced for the first time.
The new BMW G310 RR is the latest entrant to the already offered G310 platform, totalling to 3 models offered – G310 R (roadster), G310 GS (adventure-tourer) & G310 RR (supersport).
At the first glance, it is clearly evident that the G310 RR is fundamentally a rebadged and recoloured TVS Apache RR 310. Additionally, it is missing some features which the TVS version offers, such as – Adjustable suspension, race-spec footpegs & clip-ons, navigation features etc.
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The colour scheme offered on the G310 RR is very similar to the bigger M1000 RR & S1000 RR siblings with a little touch of HP4 Race styling sprinkled on it. It is being offered in 2 colour schemes – Black Storm Metallic & Light White Uni, Racing Blue Metallic and Racing R paint scheme.
Powering the G310 RR is the same 312 cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine as the Apache RR 310 which is capable of producing 33.5 HP and 27.3 Nm of torque. The motor connects to a 6-speed transmission system aided by a slipper clutch.
Rolling on 17” alloy wheels, the baby supersport is suspended by Gold-coloured Upside-Down forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear. As mentioned earlier, Apache-like optional adjustable suspension isn’t available for this motorcycle. As for the braking hardware, it utilises a single-disc setup at both ends with dual-channel ABS as standard.
In India, the price of the BMW G310 RR starts from Rs 2.85 lakh (ex-showroom) and is competing against the KTM RC 390 and the Kawasaki Ninja 300.