Although the BMW G310R and G310GS are brand-new in India, fans throughout the world pre-ordered them and have brought a customised roadster with them. By using specially chosen pieces and a brand-new motorbike motif, DK Design from Taiwan transformed a normal motorcycle into the BMW G310 Rock.
The adoption of thick tyres with expansive tread patterns and extra wide appeal is the first and most obvious modification on G310R. The modifications led to an overall improvement in the motorcycle’s seat height and ground clearance. To give the front-end a more expensive vibe, the golden forks were not altered.
This little spherical device with a black shell and a halogen bulb replaced the headlight. A unique visor complements the upper portion because the light is now located lower than usual. The factory front fender was replaced with this high-positioned motocross fender, and the handlebar is equipped with knuckle protection.
While the G310 Rock’s lower panel is missing, the fuel tank’s original extensions come with it. To perfectly match the body motif and the rear panel region, DK Design employed an engine protector that had been painted yellow. On G310 Rock, the rear tyre is an even larger component.
Customers who passed on the G310R because of its enormous exhaust may not even like the exhaust utilised here because it feels even bigger when compared to the size of the motorcycle overall. For a more upscale appearance, the G310 Rock’s seat comes with a custom-made brown cover. The design lines and stance proportions are close to those of the adventure tourer because the version was created before the G310GS was released in Taiwan.
A 313cc, single-cylinder engine with 34 horsepower and 28 Nm of torque powers the BMW G310 series. The engine has a 6-speed transmission and a top speed of 143 kph under factory conditions, according to the manufacturer. The G310R and G310GS from BMW-Motorrad were just released in India for INR 2.99 lakh and INR 3.49 lakh, respectively. The prices listed here are ex-Indian showroom.