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BMW G 310 RR Likely To Come In Two Variants; Launch On July 15

BMW Motorrad is set to launch the BMW G 310 RR on 15th July 2022. As a prelude to its arrival, the brand has released multiple official teasers, revealing interesting details about the upcoming sportbike. In contrast with the last teaser, which confirmed the bike will feature an adjustable front fork, the latest teaser implies that it could be available in two variants where the entry-level trim won’t get an adjustable suspension or else the Bavarian bikemaker may offer an optional M sports package with the bike and the aforementioned feature will be a part of it.

The teaser further confirms that the upcoming BMW supersport will get a vertically-stacked 5-inch color TFT cluster as the TVS Apache RR 310, albeit with a new interface. Similar to the TVS Apache RR 310, it could also get features like Bluetooth-based connectivity features, turn-by-turn navigation, Glide Through Technology Plus (GTTP) system, multiple riding modes (Rain, Urban, Sport, Track), and a BYBRE braking system with dual-channel ABS.

Design-wise, the BMW G 310 RR is expected to look the same as its TVS equivalent save for the paint scheme and its signature M livery.

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On the mechanical front, the bike will equip TVS’ 313cc single-cylinder motor that pushes 34PS/27.3Nm and comes mated to a 6-speed transmission with an assist-&-slipper clutch.

Pre-launch bookings for the BMW G 310 RR are already underway both online and at its authorized dealerships. Expect BMW to price the upcoming sportbike from around Rs 2.80 lakh (ex-showroom), pitting it against the Kawasaki Ninja 300, KTM RC 390, and a bunch of other bikes. Its