BMW G310RR Fully-Faired Sportsbike Unveiled; KTM RC390 Challenger

BMW G310RR Sportsbike

BMW G310RR Supersport bike will take on the KTM RC 390, Kawasaki Ninja 300, TVS Apache RR 310 and the Yamaha R3.

Speculations were on rife that BMW Motorrad is working on a supersport version of the BMW G 310R. However, the British automaker hasn’t revealed anything on the same. Interestingly, BMW has showcased a faired sportsbike called the G 310RR at the BMW Motorrad Days in Japan. The motorcycle concept showcased shares design cues from the S1000RR superbike.

The BMW G310RR Woorld Supersport 300 racer features faux asymmetric headlight, large fairing with gills and aggressive tail section. The concept bike comes with a carbon fibre body. Almost all the panels on the motorcycle, including the fuel tank have been developed using the lightweight material. This is the BMW’s latest motorcycle to feature all carbon fibre. The previous example was the HP4 Race, which was the first production motorcycle to feature carbon-fibre frame and wheels. However, the production version of the BMW G310RR will not feature the carbon-fibre body. This supersport concept comes equipped with an underseat unit, while the naked G 310 R has a side-slung exhaust. You May Also Like – BMW G310 GS Price, Specs & Other Details

BMW G310RR Sportsbike Images

The riding position has also been tweaked to offer more sportier feel. It comes with a low-set clip-on handlebars and rear-seat footpegs. However, the production-ready model could have more relaxed riding posture. Suspension setup, braking system and wheels seems directly lifted from the standard G 310 R. Read – BMW G310R Price, Specs & Other Details

It is expected that the production version of the BMW G310RR will be showcased at the INTERMOT or EICMA motorcycle show towards the end of this year. This bike is also likely to come in our market as well. We believe that the bike could be launched in the second half of 2019. In India, the bike will take on the KTM RC 390, Kawasaki Ninja 300, TVS Apache RR 310 and the Yamaha R3.

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