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BMW Showcases HP4 Race-inspired G 310 RR Supersport In Japan

The fully faired motorcycle features carbon-fibre body panels and looks ready to hit the track

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BMW Showcases HP4 Race-inspired G 310 RR Supersport In Japan
BMW Showcases HP4 Race-inspired G 310 RR Supersport In Japan
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2018-09-13T17:30:32+05:30

BMW Showcases HP4 Race-inspired G 310 RR Supersport In Japan

Although it might just be a prototype for now, doesn’t it look striking? On the design front, the G 310 RR takes inspiration from the limited edition, track-only version of the BMW S1000RR - the HP4 Race. The fairing gets a subtle nose spoiler at the front and gill-shaped slits on the side to aid aerodynamics. It also gets faux headlights, giving it the appearance of a track-ready race motorcycle. Oh, did we mention that all this comes finished in carbon-fibre? 

BMW Showcases HP4 Race-inspired G 310 RR Supersport In Japan

Based on the images, it’s quite hard to tell how many of its components it shares with the standard G 310 R or even the TVS Apache RR 310 for that matter. However, if you look closely, you’ll notice that there are some similarities in the wheel and suspension setup. 

BMW Showcases HP4 Race-inspired G 310 RR Supersport In Japan

The BMW G 310 R is powered by a 312cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that’s also seen on the TVS Apache RR 310. This motor churns out 34PS of power at 9500rpm and 28Nm of torque at 7500rpm, mated to a 6-speed transmission.

BMW Showcases HP4 Race-inspired G 310 RR Supersport In Japan

As mentioned earlier, this particular model seems to be a display unit. The Bavarian giant is expected to showcase the machine at both INTERMOT in October and the EICMA Show in November. So stay tuned for more details.


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