BMW is introducing a colour scheme only for the G 310 R for 2019. The BMW G 310 R will soon be launched  in India. Racing Red the new shade introduced and the name suggests a slick looking shade of red glossy colour. The German automaker is working on the colour schemes.

G 310 R remains unchanged except the variation of colour. Besides the red shade, the other colour options are available too. The BMW G 310 R gets an HP Motorsport colour option designed in pearl white colour. Besides that the new upcoming bike will be available in cosmic black colour as well. The strato blue colour will be discontinued.

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2019 BMW G 310 R Launched Globally With New Colour Schemes
2019 BMW G 310 R Launched Globally With New Colour Schemes

The G 310 R is one of the most awaited bikes in the country and is finally going to be launched. The price of BMW G310 R is likely to be around 3.5 lakhs. Therefore this upcoming new bike will give a tough competition to the KTM Duke 390 and the Bajaj Dominar 400. The German manufacturer is offering the BMW G 310 R as beginner.

The BMW G 310 R will extract power from a liquid cooled, single cylinder 313 cc engine. The engine will produce a power of 34 hp with the torque of 28 Nm. The engine will be matted with a six speed gearbox. Besides that the upcoming most awaited two wheeler will be provided with tubular steel frames, five spoke alloy and ABS. According to the new law enforcing from April 2019, all the two wheelers bikes and scooters must be equipped with ABS.

2019 BMW G 310 R Launched Globally With New Colour Schemes

The BMW G 310 R was first show cased at the 2016 Auto Expo for the Indian audiences. The new bike has been designed by BMW Motorrad while TVS Motors is manufacturing it in India. This is the most longed bike for the Indian two wheeler enthusiasts. Because the bike was not manufactured earlier inspite being built in our country. This long awaited bike is already on sale in international markets. The launch of this bike in India was delayed because the BMW Motrrad wanted to expand the dealership network before the bike goes on sale. This is as per reported by the BMW Motorrad.

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