BMW G310 GS Testing India
The G 310 GS has a narrow beak and high-set handlebars

The 2021 BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS have been spotted testing in India, a couple of months after they were spotted on test abroad. The updated G 310 twins are expected to go on sale globally later this year.

BMW Motorrad has given the bikes LED headlamp, while the digital instrument console is expected to sport some changes. The petrol tank has a different design and the side panels seem to be new on the naked bike. The adventure tourer has a narrow beak when compared with the model on sale.

There are no other changes visible as the seat, wheels and exhaust look to be the same. The changes are similar to what was spotted earlier when the bikes were spotted testing abroad. BMW could add a quick shifter this time around but it is not confirmed yet.

The bikes will get an updated BS6 engine and is expected to produce 34 PS and 28 Nm of torque as earlier. Although, BMW might work on the power delivery to differentiate between the models as they serve different purposes.

The updated models are expected to be launched by August-end this year with a heavy cut in price, estimated to the tune of Rs. 75,000/-. We can expect new colour options and graphics with this update. The test mules you see here are devoid of any logos or graphics.

2021 BMW G 310 R

  • BMW G 310 R has new LED headlamp, side panels and a sharper fuel tank
  • Its adventure tourer sibling sports minor changes too
  • The digital cluster could have changes and a quick shifter might be added
2021 BMW G 310 R Spied
The G 310 R seems to have revised side panels, sharp creases on the tank and LED headlight

Source – Abhinav Bhatt on YouTube