Tom Cruise was lately noticed driving a BMW G 310 GS motorbike on the units of MI:7 film for an motion sequence for the upcoming movie in Rome, Italy.
The up to date BMW G 310 GS motorbike was lately launched in India.
Tom Cruise is again in motion! The Hollywood star has resumed capturing for the following instalment of the action-packed ‘Mission Not possible’ (MI) film sequence. He was lately noticed driving a BMW G 310 GS motorbike on the units of MI:7 film for an motion sequence. The bike utilized by the American actor is the Italian Police-spec BMW G 310 GS with a particular blue physique color. The motorbike additionally options alert lights and panniers, on both facet.
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The American star was additionally seen capturing for a stunt sequence with a doorless BMW M5 for the seventh a part of the MI franchise. The actor likes to carry out the motion sequences himself, one thing we now have seen previously as nicely. Beforehand, he additionally carried out a death-defying motorbike stunt in Norway, in all probability for a similar film.
Curiously, the motorbike on which Tom Cruise could be seen performing stunt is an India-made G 310 GS. BMW Motorrad India exports the motorbike to a number of worldwide markets together with Italy. The Bavarian two-wheeler manufacturrer lately launched the brand new BS6 BMW G 310 GS and G 310 R bikes within the nation. The G 310 GS journey motorbike is priced in India at ₹ 2.85 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
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The bike is powered by an up to date BS6-compliant 312.2 cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled engine. It’s tuned to belt out 33 bhp at 9,500 rpm and a peak torque output of 28 Nm at 7,500 rpm. There’s a 6-speed gearbox on supply with a slipper clutch as customary fitment. Moreover, the bike additionally will get ride-by-wire know-how as customary.
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