The BMW G 310 RR looks similar to the TVS Apache RR 410 but is actually a rebadged S 1000 RR with a single cylinder engine. The bike will be launched in India sometime in 2022. There are no significant design changes to this bike, apart from its new BMW logo on the front fairing. The bike also features the same single-cylinder engine, red dipped frame, and alloy wheels as its predecessor.
BMW G 310 RR is a rebadged S 1000 RR
The BMW G 310 RR is a naked version of the S 1000 RR, sporting the same sharp styling as the S1000RR. It is also rebadged with the S1000RR’s trademark racing colour scheme (BMW blue and red). The bike is powered by a 313cc four-valve engine. It is equipped with four riding modes to adjust power, torque, and throttle mapping. In Sport and Track modes, the bike is on full power. The engine delivers 25.8 PS and 26 Nm of torque.
The G310RR is similar to the TVS Apache 310, but with a BMW RR series colour scheme and styling. The bike is expected to cost more than the Apache 310, and bookings are open until July 2022. BMW plans to sell the motorcycle for Rs 3,999, and deliveries will begin in July 2022. The G310RR will likely feature adjustable front USD suspension and sportier clip-on handlebars. It will also be available with additional customization, similar to the TVS BTO programme.
While the G310 RR shares the same platform as the S 1000 RR, the two companies have different priorities for the Indian market. The G310 RR is BMW’s entry-level supersport bike, while the Apache RR 310 is the TVS’ entry-level bike. In India, TVS’s Apache RR 310 is already on sale in the country.
The G310 RR will be available in two paint schemes. They will be inspired by the S 1000 RR’s black and white paint schemes, and will feature ‘Race’ lettering on the side fairing panels. The G310 RR will have a full-LED lighting system and Bluetooth connectivity, but will lack the Apache RR’s built-to-order variant.
It has a single-cylinder engine
The new BMW G 310 RR has a one-cylinder engine and a sporty character. The body colour and paintwork evoke the era of motor racing, almost 100 years ago. It also features full LED lighting, Bluetooth connectivity, traction control, and an adjustable suspension. While the G 310 RR has a similar overall look to the TVS Apache RR 310, it differs in some ways.
The BMW G 310 RR is priced from Rs 2.85 lakh ex-showroom. The naked variant will retail for Rs. 2.65 lakh. The engine of the motorcycle is a 313cc single-cylinder unit, producing 33.5 bhp and 28 Nm of torque. The motor may be upgraded to 37 hp or even 38 hp. The gearbox on both bikes will be a six-speed unit, like the G 310 RR.
The BMW G 310 RR is equipped with a single-cylinder engine, and produces 33 horsepower and 20 lb-ft of torque at 9,700 rpm. In urban conditions, the bike produces 25.5 hp and 18.4 lb-ft of torque. The G 310 RR is capable of reaching a top speed of 99.4 mph when driven in sport mode. Its acceleration from zero to sixty miles per hour (62 mph) is only 7.2 seconds, and it can reach 30 mph within two seconds.
The BMW G 310 R’s engine is unique in that it features a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine. The 310 R’s cylinder has four valves and is fitted with electronic fuel injection. It also has a six-speed manual gearbox and four ride modes, including standard, sport, and racing. The bike’s suspension features upside-down front forks and a monoshock rear suspension system. Despite its small engine, the BMW G 310 RR’s aggressive styling and a wide range of features makes it a desirable motorcycle for any rider.
It looks like an Apache RR 310
TVS’s latest addition to the Apache lineup continues to make a splash. The Apache RR 310 boasts a modern look that takes inspiration from the Great White Shark. With a dual headlamp cluster that is composed of two bi-LED units, it looks like a shark. The sleek, shark-inspired silhouette on the front fascia makes it an impressive motorcycle. It looks great on the road, and we love the new paint scheme.
While the bike shares the same platform as the BMW G310R, there are some key differences. The Apache shares its engine with the BMW, and the company isn’t planning to export the Apache RR 310 outside India. The Apache RR 310 also borrows the styling of the Ducati Panigale. Its aggressive stance harkens to the motorcycle’s sports bike heritage, while the BMW G310R has more aggressive styling.
The TVS RR 310 has a BS6-upgraded instrument cluster. It features Bluetooth connectivity and turn-by-turn navigation. You can receive notifications on your mobile phone by pairing the unit with a Bluetooth headset. The RR 310’s instrument cluster features four colour themes to choose from. The display is vertical for information in Track and Sport modes. For better visibility, you can also opt for a horizontal digital screen.
The new TVS Apache RR 310 comes with a new colour scheme. Unlike the previous models, the RR 310 now has red, white, and blue paint schemes. The BS6 version adds a full-colour TFT-LCD instrument cluster. It records lap time and 0-to-60 kmph. SmartXonnect also lets you pair your phone with the screen and get call alerts and turn-by-turn navigation. You can even store documents for your bike on the dashboard, including your insurance documents.
It will be launched in India in 2022
The BMW Motorrad company will launch the BMW G 310 RR in India in 2022. It is the first supersport model from the German company, and it has been rated as one of the sportiest bikes in its class. The BMW G 310 RR will come with a 313 cc engine and accelerate from 0 to 60 km/h in just 2.9 seconds. It also has four modes of power delivery, including manual, automatic, and sport. BMW Group India President Vikram Pawah said that the bike inherited its road racing genes.
The G 310 RR is priced at Rs 2.85 lakh for the Black storm metallic colour scheme, and Rs 2.99 lakh for the Sport variant. Both prices are ex-showroom prices. If you’re looking for an affordable fully-faired bike, check out the BMW G 310 RR. It will be the best bike for you, and it won’t break the bank.
The BMW G 310 RR is expected to be priced between the G 310 GS and G 410 GS, and it’s estimated to cost about Rs 2.99 lakh, making it the most affordable bike in the BMW lineup. Currently, the naked G 310 is priced at Rs 2.65 lakh, while the TVS Apache RR 310 costs about the same. BMW Motorrad has already started taking bookings for the new model, and if you’d like to get your hands on one, you can apply for an EMI plan with the company. If you’re not able to afford the price in full, you can also opt for BMW’s easy finance scheme, which enables you to pay a monthly installment.
BMW Motorrad India is gearing up to launch the BMW G 310 RR in India. It will be the cheapest full-size motorcycle in the country when launched. The G 310 RR shares many of its design cues with the TVS Apache RR 310, which will make it the most affordable BMW bike in the country. It will also come with BMW’s signature colours and features such as a 5.0-inch TFT instrument panel.
It will be sold in Europe
BMW Motorrad has revealed that the 2021 G 310 RR will be sold in European markets. The bike will be priced at GBP 4875 (about Rs. 4.81 lakh in India). It is manufactured in India by TVS and will be sold there. The new model will be a bit different from its predecessor. For example, the color scheme is not as bold as the old model. You can find more information about the new model on the BMW Motorrad regional websites.
Other features of the BMW G 310 RR include a full LED lighting system, a 5.0-inch colour TFT display, Bluetooth connectivity, and turn-by-turn navigation. The bike will also feature traction control, a bi-directional quickshifter, and a fully adjustable suspension. It will also feature a monoshock, borrowed from the TVS Apache RR 310.
There are several different variants of the BMW G 310 RR. The first one is a lower displacement version of the BMW G 310 RR. TVS, which recently acquired Norton, has also produced a motorcycle with similar styling. BMW intends to introduce this new bike in Europe. Despite the similarities, the G 310 RR is clearly aimed at the road-race segment.
The price of the new motorcycle is yet to be revealed, but it’s expected to be a premium over the TVS Apache RR 310. The TVS Apache RR 310 starts at Rs. 2.65 lakh (Ex-showroom). The BMW G 310 RR will be sold in Europe alongside the G 310 GS. It’s likely that it’ll be priced in the range of Rs. 3 lakh.