BMW G 310 GS – A Versatile, Safer and More Dynamic Motorbike
Creating a new experience for all BMW Motorrad drivers, the German’s are upgrading its two-wheeled segment with an extremely compact, robust, and highly versatile bike that takes everything that made it so great four years ago and gives it back ten-fold.
The faster, safer, and more dynamic BMW G 310 GS is the introduction of a whole new driving experience. Powered by the always reliable 313 ccm liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine with four valves, two overhead camshafts, and electronic fuel injection, the heart and soul of this incredible piece of engineering outputs 25 kW (34 HP) at 9 500 rpm and a maximum torque of 28 Nm at 7 500 rpm.
As the ideal partner for dynamic motorcycling pleasure, BMW positions this as the ultimate bike for all conditions, going so far as to suggest it for everyday traffic. Whether you can take for a pleasurable drive or not, this bike will tackle any terrain you put in front of it. From offroad country trails and potholed asphalt, the BMW G 310 GS has got you covered.
Keeping the exhaust at the rear with intake at the front, the design characteristics remain the same, following the logical optimization from routing the combustion air in incredibly compact vehicle architecture. As the ideal partner for dynamic motorcycling pleasure, the BMW G 310 GS has been equipped with an electronic throttle grip.
Offering riders an even more sensitive throttle response, automatic idle speed is increased upon acceleration, preventing a possible sudden stalling of the engine. Thanks to a self-boosting anti-hopping clutch, engine drag torque is dramatically reduced, providing a significant increase in driving safety – particularly during braking maneuvers involving simultaneous downshifting.
See where you’re going, no matter how dark it is, thanks to a full-LED headlight array for better visibility at night and LED flashing turn indicators for increased visibility in traffic. With added LED brake lights illuminating every decision you make, oblivious drivers will find it much harder to cut you off during your daily commute.
Plus, thanks to the way the LEDs have been installed, gone are the days of distracting light cone vibrations. Providing three lighting functions – high beam, low beam and daytime modes (depending on your country) – riders can access them all via the left handlebar controls.
Those looking to take a ride on the 2021 BMW G 310 GS will have to practice the virtue of patience before they get the chance to ride this badass looking bike. Set to arrive in India this month, this new two-wheeled piece of engineering is all set for its launch date.
Celebrating 40 years of the GS, BMW Motorrad is offering a throwback black and yellow paint job, reminiscent of the OG R 100 GS, one of BMW’s most famous historical models. Sporting cosmic black and yellow graphics on the tank side panels, this is the quintessential GS experience.
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