The BMW G 310 RR console includes a color display with the brand logo

Console BMW G 310 RR
The console is a direct lift from the TVS Apache RR 310

The instrument console of the future BMW G 310 RR looks exactly like that of the Apache RR 310 TVS unit

BMW Motorrad has released a new set of teasers for its upcoming G 310 RR this time revealing the sports bike’s instrument console. The new Beemer goes on sale July 15, and pre-launch reservations are already underway nationwide.

The console looks exactly like the Apache RR 310. Even the carbon fiber texture of the bezel and indicator lights have been carried over from the existing unit. But, it displays the BMW logo, brand name and slogan: Make Life A Ride on the startup screen.

As for the overall design, although it is almost the same as the TVS Apache RR 310, the front cowl and visor receive slight revisions. Additionally, the bike was wrapped in BMW’s Light White/Racing Blue Metallic/Racing Red livery.

The triangle shaped recess between the Apache’s 2 headlights has been removed and in its place appears to be something like a fake air intake system or piano black element giving the upcoming bike a similar look to the Triumph Daytona.

Console tank BMW G 310 RR
The clip on the handlebar is taken from the TVS Apache RR 310

Despite being a single cylinder with a rather small 312cc engine, the TVS Apache RR 310 has some serious numbers to brag about. It can reach 60 km/h in 2.93 seconds while the ton arrives in 7.17 seconds. The bike can reach a real top speed of 166 km/h.

TVS loaded the flagship Apache with some serious technology. The 5-inch color TFT screen benefits from connected features, including race telemetry. In addition, the bike is equipped with dual-channel ABS, 3 riding modes with electronic throttle control, slipper clutch, Michelin Road 5 tires, and more.

Currently TVS Apache RR 310 and BMW’s naked G 310R command a price of Rs. 2.65 lakhs while BMW’s adventure bike G 310 GS costs a premium of Rs. 3.05 000,000. So, the next bike will be launched at a price of around Rs. 3-3.2 lakhs (all prices, excluding showroom).

Console BMW G 310 RR
The name G 310 RR is written on the rear side panel

Customers can reserve the motorcycle at any authorized BMW Motorrad dealer or online by visiting www.bmwmotorradg310rr.com. After launch, deliveries will be on a first-come, first-served basis, the company said in a statement.

To make ownership easier, BMW India Financial Services offers a comprehensive package that includes zero down payment, low monthly payments starting at Rs. 3999/-, and the option to finance insurance and accessories.

At launch, the BMW G 310 RR will take on models like the recently launched 2022 KTM RC 390, 2022 Kawasaki Ninja 300 and Royal Enfield Continental GT 650.

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