BMW has announced an updated version of the smallest model in the BMW Motorrad range – the G310GS – for 2021.
BMW’s G310GS’s 313cc liquid-cooled engine is now Euro5 compliant and produces an A2-friendly 33.5bhp – now controlled by a ride-by-wire throttle.
The clutch has been upgraded to a ‘self-boosting anti-hopping’ unit to reduce aggressive engine braking and lighten the lever (which is now adjustable, too).
The BMW G 310 GS comes equipped with a new LED headlight for better visibility at night and LED flashing turn indicators for increased visibility in traffic. The new LED headlight not only ensures particularly bright and homogeneous illumination of the road. The three light functions high beam, low beam and, depending on the country, daytime driving light can be operated using the left handlebar controls.
Both, the clutch lever and the handbrake lever are now adjustable in four stages. It thus now provides ergonomic benefits – particularly for people with small hands. Stage 3 of the brake lever adjustment corresponds to the grip width until now. In the 1st position the brake lever is 6 mm closer to the handlebar.
New colour options are available too with metallic titanium grey, plus two more looks in the Rallye finish – with polar white and grey colours – plus a new Kyanit blue, red and white look that mirrors its sportier models.
Pricing is yet to be confirmed.
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