BMW Motorrad just launched the G310 RR in the Indian market, which is just the rebadged TVS Apache RR310. For starters, this is the fourth product under the BMW-TVS collaboration. The products under this collab are developed at TVS’s Hosur plant and BMW Motorrad has launched these bikes in the Indian as well as global markets. The bikemaker officially debuted the G310 RR in our country on July 15th. However, the booking process started before that.
Only a few weeks after its debut, BMW Motorrad proudly announced that the bike had already sold 1000 units. Not only that, the brand has already started the delivery process for the bike, and there are plenty of videos of the speed lovers flaunting their fully-faired Sportster. Those who have not booked the bike yet can do so by visiting the official dealerships since all the authorised dealerships in pan India are accepting the reservations.
For those who wish to know some crucial information about the bike, it has been offered in two variants called Standard and Style Sport. There are only some visual distinctions between the two, though. The BMW G310 RR is powered by a 313cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine mated to a six-speed transmission and capable of producing 33.5bhp and 27.3 Nm in Track and Sport modes. There are a total of four modes on offer, including these two, and Rain and Urban.