German carmaker BMW launched its BMW X3 M in India for a whopping price of Rs 99.9 lakh on November 2. The car is a mid-sized SAV and is driven by a 6-cylinder M TwinPower turbo engine of 3.0 litres. The motor is able to produce 486 PS of strength and delivers 600 Nm of torque. Other features include a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a panoramic sunroof, and a BMV Virtual Assistant.
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Making changes in line with the Euro5 norms, BMW Motorrad will be introducing the 2021 BMW R NineT range in India in Quarter-1. The motorcycle will have new customizable components with latest emission regulations and new rear-shocks. Along with LED-lighting, the bike will get a new instrument console. Besides, air-cooled 1,170cc boxer-engine with 110bhp and 116Nm will be available in 4 models - R NineT, Pure, Scrambler and Urban G/S.
BMW Motorrad on October 23 revealed the all-new R 18 Classic which offers better comfort and safety. Earlier the automaker had launched R 18 bike. The new model has some additional features like the large windscreen, passenger seat, saddlebags, auxiliary LED headlamps and a 16-inch front wheel. Powered with 1802cc, two-cylinder 'Big Boxer' engine and the bike is available in 3 riding modes - Rain, Roll and Rock.
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The BMW 2 Series Gran Coupé was unveiled in India on October 15 with advanced features and thrilling driving dynamics. Along with the BMW TwinPower Turbo 4-cylinder 2-litre engine, the car provides six airbags, AirPlay and wireless connectivity, Coupé roofline and frameless doors. Besides, it would be available in both diesel and petrol variants. However, only two-wheel drive version will be introduced for India.
BBA's Technology and Production division head Franz Decker has informed that the company has started the production of the 'BMW iX3' in Germany. 'BMW iX3' was unveiled in 2018 and is said to be equipped with a 80-kilowatt hour battery and is expected to provide a range of 460km on a single charge. Reportedly, the production will also take place in China.
BMW has unfolded the launch date of their latest motorcycles G 310 R and G 310 GS which will go on sale from October 8. Earlier, BMW had opened the booking for the G 310 twins for a token amount of Rs 50,000, making India the first market to receive the updated G 310 twins. Reportedly, the deliveries for the motorcycles will begin from October 10.
BMW Motorrad on September 20 officially launched the new 'R18 Cruiser' motorcycle in India in two variants - the Standard and the First Edition. The design of the bike is inspired by the classic BMW R5 with hardtail look, and it has a 1,802 cc 'air-and-oil-cooled boxer engine'. Bookings are open at the BMW Motorrad dealer network with prices Rs 18.90 lakh and Rs 21.9 lakh for both variants respectively.
Pre-bookings for the BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS have begun and can be done through the company's official website or at any nearby BMW showroom, with a token amount of Rs 50,000. The latest BS6 model will feature LED headlamps and new paintwork. The deliveries are expected to start in the month of October. The motorcycle is powered by a 313 cc engine, which produces 38 bhp and 28 Nm of torque.
BMW Motorrad India will open bookings for the BS6 versions of BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS on their official website from September 1. The bikes will be launched in India first and then in other countries. Reportedly, the customers will be prioritized on "first come first serve basis". The bikes come with a three-year standard warranty which can further be extended to four and five years by the customers.
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