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Going fast is fun and Kenan Sofuoğlu has already entertained us with his 400 kph speed record on his Kawasaki Ninja H2R. But what about the times when he is not clocking those eyeball flattening speeds? Well, while we do not promote street stunts, this video of Sofuoğlu, rolling on his Ninja H2R, gave us some serious goosebumps.
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Hennessey Venom GT became the fastest open top sports car by running 265.6 mph. But was it easy? Check out the back story of man and machine and what it took for the Hennessey team to improvise, adapt and overcome in order to achieve their goal of making the Venom GT Spyder the fastest open top car in the world.
The video below, shot in Russia by HM Channel, shows the BMW G310R alongside the KTM Duke 390 and the Yamaha MT-03, two of the key rivals of the G310R. The video allows for an enthusiast to listen to the G310R’s exhaust, and watch its acceleration in comparison to its rivals.
According to a recent report, the BMW G310R will not launch in India this calendar year, rather towards the end of this financial year (February-March 2017). However, TVS Motor, the joint venture partner responsible for manufacturing the motorcycle, will begin exports of the G310R from its plant in Hosur, Tamil Nadu this year. Initial markets include European countries including BMW Motorrad’s home market in Germany.
Among the lot, the BMW G310R sports the smallest engine: a 313 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled unit that develops 34 PS at 9,500 and a peak torque of 28 Nm at 7,500 rpm. The KTM relies on a 375 cc single-cylinder unit while the Yamaha is powered by a 321 cc parallel-twin.
The BMW G310R is equipped with a 6-speed gearbox, as is the competition. The G310R also gets disc brakes at both ends and ABS as standard. According to the company, the naked street-fighter has a top-speed of 143 km/h with a kerb weight of 158.5 kg.
Five decades after it went into production, the iconic muscle car from America has made its way to India. And guess what, we get the top spec 5.0L V8 variant in India, priced at just INR 65 lakhs. A price tag which could get you cars Audi TT, BMW Z4, top of the line mid-sized German sedans or SUVs. But not a 5.0L V8.
No more talking. Here is the first ever TVC of Ford Mustang which has been shot in India.