BMW Motorrad is set to launch the new G 310 RR in India on July 15 and ahead of that, the German bikemaker has commenced the marketing activities at full chatter. Dropping frequent teasers is proving to be the ultimate weapon to rake in some hype and BMW seems to be following this trend quite religiously. The latest teasers released by the company have revealed some more juicy details about the upcoming supersport based on the TVS Apache RR 310.
By the looks of it, the G 310 RR seems to represent a long-lost brother of the Apache RR 310 that went to Germany and came back with fancier clothes. There are multiple reasons to believe that it’s strictly going to be a sticker job on the Apache RR 310 but who knows! The latest video released by the company reveals that the ‘new’ BMW G 310 RR will borrow the same vertically-stacked colour-TFT display from the Apache RR 310, albeit with its own set of graphics and animations.
Moreover, the motorcycle in the teaser video gets non-adjustable front forks, hinting that adjustable ones might be optional extras, just like the Apache RR 310. The chassis is painted in a bright red shade while the motorcycle will be offered in BMW’s traditional tricolour paint scheme.
It is logical to assume that the upcoming G 310 RR will also derive its power from a 312.2 cc liquid-cooled, reverse inclined motor, generating 34 PS of max power at 9,700 rpm and 27.3 Nm of peak torque at 7,700 rpm. While the Apache RR 310 gets multiple ride modes, we are yet to see whether BMW will carry forward this electronics suite or not. Pre-bookings for the same have already commenced on a dedicated website built purely for the G 310 RR.