Mission Impossible movie series is as renowned for its bike/car stunt arrays as it is for its combat scenes. Currently, the seventh part of the film is being shot in Rome, Italy and the lead actor, Tom Cruise, was spotted riding down a BMW G 310 GS for the upcoming movie.
The actor was seen riding the Italian Police-spec G 310 GS that features a specific blue paint scheme. It also comprises of panniers hooked on to either side of the bike and alert lights. A special fact about the motorcycle is that it is made in India. G 310 GS exported to several markets outside the country, including Italy.
Recently, BWM Motorrad also launched the updated 2021 version of the G 310 GS in the Indian market. It has a price tag of ₹2.85 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). With its latest update, the mini-adventure motorbike received a slew of brand new tweaks from inside out.
The bike now gets a BS 6-complaint powertrain, new paint scheme featuring blue and black shades with red highlights and a red-dipped trellis frame. However, In terms of new features, the bike gained ride-by-wire throttle assembly but still misses out on a full TFT screen which previously speculated. Moreover, it has also gained a dynamic traction control system and automatic stability control with the latest update. Mechanically it runs on an updated 312.2 cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled engine which delivers 34 PS of maximum power output and 28 Nm of torque. It comes married to a 6-speed gearbox.
Tom Cruise to shoot in space with NASA
Tom Cruise took his love for action scenes to space! As notified earlier, the actor is operating on shooting in space with the help of Elon Musk’s company Space X. Proclaimed that Cruise seized a whopping valuation of $200 million from Universal Pictures for the film. Doug Liman will helm it. Cruise is heading to space with NASA in October 2021.
A couple of NASA astronauts were the first to trample the made-for-Hollywood walkway spanning to the SpaceX Dragon ship. Now that a privately-owned profit-making, space transportation service finally established, it accessible to whoever can spend the fare. It definitely seems that it’s the first user is Tom Cruise.
A company that brokers the intended space traveller fleeings, Axiom Space, tells us four private citizens will launch in October of 2021. Only one of which officially identified: Mike Lopez-Alegria, a former NASA astronaut who’ll now be a sort of space tour guide. He’ll have three crewmates, and it’s not much of a secret that Tom Cruise could be one of them.
NASA’s administrator tweeted about it on May 5, saying Cruise would be making a film aboard the space station. A film director and one other person will fly also. “This program evolving in a manner in which it intended to,” Dale Ketcham, with Space Florida, said. Commercial space intends to branch into space tourism, manufacturing and other profitable ventures.
So its confirmed that @CommanderMLA is flying the @Axiom_Space @SpaceX #CrewDragon tourist mission with Director @DougLiman & Tom Cruise. One seat still to be filled. They are to launch in October, 2021. pic.twitter.com/dn6SLvCOGz
— Space Shuttle Almanac (@ShuttleAlmanac) September 19, 2020
In conclusion, The cost of a flight with SpaceX to the ISS is not a public record.
Because of a private deal made between private citizens and a private company, the cost remains unknown. Tens of thousands of spectators appear whenever people fly into space. Officials believe Tom Cruise taking off from the Space Coast will bring in even more.