Meet BMW G310SS – A custom-made fully-faired version of the G310R roadster. It features dual front headlights along with an impressive under-seat exhaust design. It is an example built by A-Tech to showcase how an impressive machine can be made out of the G310R. Along with the eye-catching all-black theme, the exclusive carbon fibre finish offered by the customizers complements the unique look of the motorcycle.
Though BMW Motorrad has not announced anything officially regarding the full-faired version of the G310R, one can expect the brand to work on the RR model in the coming months. A single platform can spawn multiple motorcycles and G310R has already given space to the BMW G310GS as well as the TVS Apache RR 310 for their individual existence.
The 2020 model of the TVS Apache RR 310 flaunts impressive styling, hinting that if BMW works on the production model of a fully-faired G310R, they will move one step forward to achieve an even sharper front end like the one seen here on the custom-made G310SS by A-Tech.
The majority of parts are expected to stay similar, helping the brand cut cost for the 300cc sportbike effectively. On the custom-made G310SS by A-Tech, the front suspension stays upside down while the rear end has witnessed the addition of an under-seat exhaust system with a single muffler.
As TVS Apache RR 310 shares the same exhaust design as G310R, the production-spec BMW G310RR is expected to prefer part sharing for more value. The iconic alloy wheels, massive fuel tank and impressive BMW frame are expected to deliver unmatched stability, exclusive styling and pure sportbike performance.
The BMW G310RR is expected to be powered by the same 313cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled fuel-injected engine that is capable to generate a maximum power of 34HP @ 9500 rpm and a peak torque of 28Nm @ 7500 rpm. The production model of the full-faired G310R is expected to weigh around 165kgs while the top speed will stay around 160kmph.
BMW G310SS Photos
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