TVS has launched a premium sports bike in India, the Apache RR310 priced at Rs 2.05 lakh – which makes the company’s debut entry into the super-premium segment in both national as well as international market.
Chennai-based automobile maker TVS Motor Company has finally made its entry in the premium sports bike segment with the launch of Apache RR310 sport bike today. The buzz about launch of a premium sports bike from TVS has been around ever since TVS unveiled the Akula concept at 2016 Auto Expo. The Apache RR310 has been in development since two years and it has made the debut in national as well as international market today. Priced at Rs 2.05 lakh, Apache RR310 is very competitive compared to other options in the 300cc sports bike segment.
If you think that the competitive prices might mean compromising with performance, you couldn’t be any more wrong; because the company boasts of superior performance and riding dynamics, combined with a powerful, expressive design. The Apache RR310 has been designed in such a way that it can serve multiple purposes – that of a commuter, touring motorcycle and even an occasional track bike. Oh and since TVS has joined hands with BMW Motorrad, this new bike will be powered by a 312.2cc liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine with BMW G310R engine. The engine is mated with a 6-speed gear box to churn up to 34PS at 9,700rpm and a peak torque of 27.3Nm at 7,700rpm.
Up next, about its looks, the Apache RR310 comes with an all-new, race origin, light-weight trellis-frame chassis for enhanced stiffness in straights, and flex for dynamic cornering capability, that result in best-in-class riding dynamics. Lighting is taken care of by LED projector headlamps, an LED taillight, and even LED turn signals. While autodynamics is taken care off, the Apache RR310 stays true to the TVS Racing pedigree as it comes with all race origin, light-weight trellis-frame chassis for enhanced stiffness in straights, and flex for dynamic cornering capability which translates into the best-in-class riding dynamics.