BMW G 310 R, G 310 GS Launching in India Tomorrow; Expected Price, Features, Specifications & Competition
BMW G 310 R (Photo Credits: BMW Motorrad)

BMW Motorrad will be launching the much awaited BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS in India tomorrow. The wait of more than 2 years will be put to rest tomorrow when the Bavarian motorcycle company launch the two affordable motorcycles in the country. The company was busy setting up its dealership network which resulted in delay for the roll out of the motorcycles. The company started taking pre-bookings for the bikes earlier last month and will be served on first-come-first serve basis. Also, BMW Motorrad has started dispatching both the bikes at the dealerships as they have been spotted at the outlets ahead of the launch.

Both the motorcycles will be powered by the same 313cc, single cylinder FI engine that will be capable of churning out 34 bhp of maximum power with peak torque of 28 Nm. It is the same unit that does duty on the TVS Apache RR 310, which is already on sale in India. The engine will be mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.

On the safety front, both the bikes are expected to get disc brakes at both ends along with dual-channel ABS enhancing the safety and convenience aspect. The suspension duties on the both the motorcycles will be carried out by inverted forks upfront and monoshock at the rear. Yamaha R15 V3 Motorcycle Road Test Review: The Best R15 Till Date.

BMW G 310 GS (Photo Credit: BMW Motorrad)

Coming to the price point, the new BMW G 310 R motorcycle is expected to carry a price tag of around Rs. 3 lakh, whereas the other sibling will be slightly pricier than the naked street, which could be around Rs. 3.5 lakh (All Prices Ex-Showroom). Yamaha RayZR Street Rally Edition Scooter Launched in India, Priced at Rs. 57,898.

Once launched in India, the Adventure Tourer G 310 GS will take on the likes of Kawasaki Versys X-300 and Royal Enfield Himalayan. On the other hand, the BMW G 310 R will heat the segment by competing against the KTM 390 Duke and others. Both the bikes will be manufactured at TVS Motor's Hosur facility in Tamil Nadu.