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BMW Motorrad opens pre-Launch bookings for G 310 RR

Written by Rohit Tonapi

BMW Motorrad has officially opened pre-bookings for the upcoming G 310 RR. The company has been teasing the bike for a week or so. Initially, we did not know what BMW Motorrad would call it. Being a supersport style faired-motorcycle also meant there was a possibility BMW could name it the S 310 RR. However, as the launch nears, we are getting more and more details. The company will officially take covers off the TVS Apache RR 310-based model on 15th July 2022.

However, interested customers can now pre-book the all-new BMW G 310 RR across India. They can do so by visiting any of the authorised BMW Motorrad dealerships. Alternatively, they can also book it online by visiting the official BMW Motorrad website. The company also says, post-launch, the deliveries will be done on a first-come, first-serve basis.

BMW India Finance Services Offers

BMW Motorrad and BMW India Financial Services will also offer attractive finance options. These options will help for increased ease of ownership. The benefits include zero down payment and monthly payments starting from as low as INR 3,999. Additionally, customers can also include insurance and accessories in the finance plan. Hence, the finance options will cover almost the entire on-road price of the motorcycle. Customers can also take advantage of easy loan approvals in the pre-booking phase.

BMW G 310 RR – What To Expect?

The new BMW G 310 RR will sport BMW’s M division’s colour scheme. The colour scheme resembles its flagship litre-class superbike, the M 1000 RR. From what we can see, the hardware will be identical to the TVS Apache RR 310. However, we do expect BMW brings us some surprises. From the initial teasers, we know the taillight design will be identical to the TVS. The teasers that came after also gave us a glimpse at the wheels.

The only thing remaining was to get a glimpse of the front end. The latest teasers do just that. They also show that the headlights will sport a similar setup as the Apache RR 310. The engine will also likely be the same as the Apache RR 310. To recap, it uses a 312cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine. The motor produces a peak power of 34 PS and 27.3 Nm of torque. We expect these figures also to remain identical.

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