German motorcycle manufacturer BMW Motorrad has unveiled the all new G310GS at EICMA 2016 in Milan.
The G310GS is the adventure-tourer version of the G310R and will be manufactured at the TVS manufacturing facility in Hosur alongside the G310R.
Powering the G310GS is a single cylinder 313cc engine producing 33.5bhp @9,000rpm and 28Nm of torque @ 7,500rpm.
The engine which has a redline of 10,500rpm is mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
The BMW G310GS is 2,075mm long, 880mm wide and has a seat height of 835mm. The G310GS has a 1,420mm long wheelbase.
The new BMW G310GS ha a curb weight of 169.5 kilograms and has a 11-litre fuel tank.
The BMW G310GS features a tubular steel frame with a 41mm upside down fork at the front and monoshock at the rear handling the suspension duties.
To ensure the G310GS comes to a halt quickly, BMW has fitted a 330mm disc brake up front along with a 240mm disc at the rear end. The brakes are helped along by ABS.
Up front, the new G310GS sits on a 19-inch rim that is shod with a 110/80 R 19 tyre, while the 17-inch rear wheel sports a 150/70 R 17 tyre.
BMW Motorrad has not confirmed the price or when the new G310GS motorcycle will hit the streets.