BMW G 310 RR sportsbike launched in India: Rs. 20,000 pricier than the Apache RR 310
The BMW G 310 RR is powered by the same 313cc, reverse inclined, liquid cooled single cylinder four stroke engine that puts out 33.5 Bhp of peak power at 9,700 rpm and 27.3 Nm of peak torque at 7,700 rpm. A 6 speed manual gearbox is standard, and the motorcycle accelerates from 0 – 60 km/hr in just 2.9 seconds. There’s a slipper clutch and dual channel ABS on offer while suspension consists of upside down front forks and a monoshock rear. There are four ride modes standard: Track, Urban, Rain and Sport.
Ride-by-wire, a 5 inch TFT display and an infotainment control switch are the various other high-tech bits on the new sportsbike. BMW Motorrad sells two other entry-level sportsbikes in India – the G 310 R naked sportbike and the G 310 GS on-off road bike.
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Mr Markus Mueller-Zambre, Head of Region Asia, China, Pacific & Africa at BMW Motorrad said,
In just under five years, the G 310 R and G 310 GS have become immensely popular and are in high demand all over the world. The introduction of a third member further diversifies the G 310 range with R – a roadster, GS – an adventure bike and now the first-ever BMW G 310 RR – a true road racing sports bike. The BMW G 310 RR’s performance, agility, precision and raring-to-go flair reveals racing attitude. We are glad to launch it first in India which is one of the fastest growing markets for BMW Motorrad.
Mr Vikram Pawah, President, BMW Group India said,
The first-ever BMW G 310 RR is the sportiest and most desirable sports bike in the sub-500 class. This bike proudly inherits the original road racing genes that have fascinated sports bike enthusiasts with unlimited adrenaline rush on tarmac. With the combination of a stunning superbike design and modern technology, it is an ultimate riding machine – your best companion on racetracks and city roads alike. With the RR, you never stop challenging.
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