BMW G 310 RR Will Not Have Standard Adjustable Front Suspension

The G 310 RR’s TFT instrument display is also revealed in the latest teaser video; the car will go on sale on July 15.

On its Instagram page, BMW Motorrad has released yet another teaser for its upcoming supersport motorcycle, the G 310 RR. Before the launch of BMW’s TVS Apache RR310 equivalent next month, this new video reveals a few more details.

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  • Adjustable front suspension expected as an option
  • G 310 RR chassis will be finished in red
  • Powered by 312.2cc, liquid-cooled engine

To begin with, the teaser video confirms that the BMW G 310 RR will not come standard with adjustable front suspension, as it shows the top of the fork tubes without any adjusters. BMW is expected to offer adjustable front suspension as an optional extra with the G 310 RR, similar to the Apache RR310.

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The instrument cluster for the upcoming motorcycle is also shown in the video. The BMW G 310 RR will get the same vertically-oriented TFT display as the RR310, but with different graphics, most likely. The G 310 RR’s chassis will be finished in red, at least for the white body paint option, according to the teaser.

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The BMW G 310 RR is set to go on sale on July 15, and reservations are already being taken. The BMW G 310 RR is expected to get some styling changes to set it apart from the TVS Apache RR310. There will be two color schemes available: an all-black option and a traditional BMW HP livery with red and blue accents over a white base.

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The G 310 RR will be powered by the same engine as the Apache RR310, with the same state of tune expected to be carried over. The Apache RR310’s 312.2cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine produces 34hp at 9,700rpm and 27.3Nm of torque at 7,700rpm.

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