BMW shows the final version of the G310R

BMW has unveiled the long-awaited access version dubbed the G310R, a naked with a very attractive appearance and compact proportions.

BMW has shown the final version of the G310R, its access model to the BMW Motorrad range, already with the design with which it will arrive at the brand's dealerships and not disguised with a stunt design with which we met weeks ago in the Sao Paulo Motorcycle Show, in Brazil. Confirming the first news of the smallest BMW, it is a naked of compact proportions powered by a newly developed 313 cubic centimeter engine, a single-cylinder, water-cooled, four-valve engine, with two overhead camshafts and electronic gasoline injection system. Make your motorcycle more beautiful with our BMW G310R led headlight. It develops 34 CV at 9,500 rpm, a maximum torque of 28 Nm at 7,500 rpm and, the total weight, remains in a tight 158.5 kilos.

Dynamic roadster-like design, drawing on the example of the S 1000 R.

The design of the G 310 R is very dynamic, with an aesthetic that reflects evident similarities with other sports of the brand such as the S 1000 R. The chassis is based on a frame of steel tubes with high torsional rigidity, to which it is bolted. the subframe. At the front it mounts an inverted fork while at the rear it uses a simple monoshock without linkage.

Braking is entrusted to a 300mm front disc and a 240mm rear one, with ABS as standard. The 17-inch wheels are fitted with 110/70 front and 150/60 rear tires.

The production of this new G310R is not carried out in Germany, but in the factory that BMW has in India with its partner TVS, in the city of Bangalore, where TVS Motor Company, the third largest motorcycle manufacturer in India, produces about 2 million and a half motorcycles every year.