All new BMW G 310 R, BMW G 310 GS launched in India

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, July 19: BMW Motorrad has finally launched the much-awaited G 310 R and G 310 GS in India. The G 310 R is priced at Rs 2.99 lakh while the G310 GS its adventure variant is priced at Rs 3.49 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi).
Newly conceived from scratch, the all-newBMW G 310 R and the all-new BMW G 310 GS represent everything BMW Motorrad stands for and mark its foray into the sub-500 cc segment in India.
Dimitris Raptis, Head of Region Asia, China, Pacific, South Africa, BMW Motorrad said, “BMW Motorrad has a legacy of creating motorcycles with a unique appeal, some of which have created a proud history in the world of two-wheelers. Whether it is the performance, quality or handling, BMW Motorrad captures the pulse of true motorcyclists. Bringing the brand’s formidable experience and premium aspirations to the sub-500 cc segment, the all-new BMW G 310 R and the all-new BMW G 310 GS have opened up another important chapter in BMW Motorrad’s history and will lay a strong foundation for future growth.”
The all-new BMW G 310 R and the all-new BMW G 310 GS have been developed in Munich, Germany by BMW Motorrad and will be produced in Hosur, India by cooperation partner TVS Motor Company.
Vikram Pawah, President, BMW Group India said, “BMW Motorrad has brought the world’s finest premium motorcycles to India and created a distinct place for itself among motorcycling enthusiasts within a short span of time.The all-new BMW G 310 R and the all-new BMW G 310 GS will captivate the fast growing sub-500 cc segmentand bring new customer groups to the world of BMW Motorrad. The all-new BMW G 310 R is the perfect urban roadster for those who want to make pure motorcycling a part of everyday lives, whether it’s on an empty road or on the way to work. For those looking for an extra streak of adventure and fun, the all-new BMW G 310 GS is the answer. Both the offerings are set to redefine their segment as they are ideal for young people, novices, returning riders and many other motorcyclists.”