BMW Motorrad India has launched the refreshed and reworked entry motorcycle twins — G 310 R and the G 310 GS — giving them new looks and features, including a BS6-compliant power plant. Produced on a separate assembly line by cooperation partner TVS Motor Company at its Hosur plant, the motorcycles are the smallest displacement bikes made by the BMW Motorrad brand anywhere in the world.
The first global launch was in 2015 in India and the bikes have since been introduced in many other markets too. The prices at launch were considered to be a bit high at the time of its first launch. BMW Motorrad has had that corrected now with price tags of ₹2.45 lakh and ₹2.85 lakh for the G 310 R and the G 310 GS respectively (both ex-showroom). These are nearly ₹60,000 lower than the BS IV variants, making these the most affordable Motorrad