BS6 BMW G 310 R, G 310 GS to launch on October 8

    Bookings for the new BMW G 310 twins have begun; the bikes receive a few styling tweaks and a BS6-compliant engine.

    Published On Oct 01, 2020 09:35:00 AM


    BS6 BMW G 310 R, G 310 GS to launch on October 8

    BMW Motorrad India is all set to launch the 2020 G 310 R and G 310 GS on October 8.

    2020 BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS styling updates

    The new BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS have received small updates to the styling as well as a BS6-compliant engine.

    While BMW is yet to reveal the motorcycles, a few teaser images have given us a taste of what to expect. The new BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS will get all-LED lighting, with an integrated DRL in the headlamp. This was also spotted on a test mule, back in July 2020

    2020 BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS engine details

    The BMW G 310 twins use the same 312.2cc, single-cylinder, fuel injected, liquid-cooled engine that powers the BS6 Apache RR 310. For the uninitiated, BMW Motorrad and TVS have co-developed the 310 platform. 

    The BMW teaser hints at improved engine refinement, a lack of which was a major concern with the BS4 G 310s. TVS has already addressed that issue to quite an extent with its BS6 Apache RR 310, as we found out during the test.  The Apache also gets ride-by-wire, four riding modes, TFT display and smartphone connectivity. It will be interesting to see if BMW offers some, if not all of those features on the 2020 G 310 R and G 310 GS.

    Bookings for the 2020 G 310 R and G 310 GS have begun

    BMW Motorrad dealers across India have already begun accepting bookings for the new G 310 R and G 310 GS. Customers can visit any BMW Motorrad dealership or fill up an enquiry form on the brand’s website to make their booking. The company says deliveries will be done on a first-come-first-serve basis.

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