The BMW G310 GS Classic Concept shows a possible aggressive scrambler; features new headlamp, fuel tank, seat and tyres
BMW Motorrad is preparing to launch its premium naked streetfighter G310 in the Indian market later in 2017. Apart from that, the adventure tourer version of this bike, the BMW G310 GS is also expected to arrive in the market sometime during late this year. Inspired by the upcoming BMW model, automotive designer Oberdan Bezzi has rendered a scrambler based on the bike and christened it as BMW G310 GS Classic.
Of course, there is no guaranty that the German premium bike manufacturer will bring a scrambler based on the G310, but the rendering looks very practical and attractive indeed. It shows the bike in a very aggressive manner capable of taking off roading challenge. Given the fact that premium adventure oriented bikes are becoming popular in the country, this could be an interesting model, if produced.
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Speaking about the design of the rendered model, it gets a completely new round shaped headlamp with black protector mesh. A fully digital instrument cluster would be nice touch to the machine. The white painted fuel tank sports an attractive crafted look with shades of blue, while the orange painted seat is also new. Pillion rider’s seat gets a grab rail at the back and the chunky exhaust is positioned under the seat.
Apart from the narrow tail section, the BMW G310 GS Classic concept boasts a very sculpted looking side body panels, while the raised mudguards clearly indicate towards the bike’s adventurous character. Apart from that, the chunky tyres wrapped around the multi-spoke wheels also enhance the aggressiveness of the bike. Powertrain will be the same 34 PS generating 313 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine available in the naked streetfighter model.
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Being an adventure oriented bike, it is bound to sport higher ground clearance and there is an engine protector as well. The bike gets disc brakes at both ends. So far, the rendering imagines a very attractive scrambler that would be an attention grabbing machine in the German bike maker’s portfolio, if produced.
BMW G310 GS Gallery