New launch in India: TVS introduces 310cc naked bike and Ronin scrambler
Delhi : TVS is getting ready to introduce a number of new models in the quarter-liter motorbike market. The largest two-wheeled manufacturer in the country debuted the factory-custom TVS Ronin SCR at the most recent TVS MotoSoul event (Scrambler). The Ronin-based Scrambler motorbike may be introduced by the corporation in our market.
But, TVS is developing two new motorbikes based on the Apache RR 310. Later this year, the business could introduce the Apache RTR 310, a naked motorbike, to our market. Also, it has been said that TVS is developing a brand-new adventure motorbike just for the Indian market. The Apache RR 310 platform, which also supports the BMW G310 GS adventure, will serve as the foundation for the new motorbike.
Although the adventure bike will take on the RE Himalayan, BMW G310 GS, and KTM ADV 390, the new TVS Apache RTR 310 will compete against models like the KTM Duke 390. A 312.2cc single-cylinder reverse-inclined liquid-cooled engine that produces a maximum of 34PS of power and a maximum of 27.3Nm of torque will power the new motorcycles. Dual-channel ABS will be included with it as standard.
The Ronin-based new motorbike will probably be a soft scrambler and will be distinct from the Ronin SCR shown at Motosoul 2023 in Goa. It's conceivable that the scrambler's design may alter. A 225.9cc single-cylinder engine and 5-speed gearbox provide power for the Ronin. At 7,750 rpm, this engine can produce 20.1 bhp, and at 3,750 rpm, it can deliver a maximum torque of 19.93 nm.
Moreover, TVS Motor Corporation intends to enter the 600cc-750cc motorbike market. The business is developing a new motorcycle with a twin-cylinder configuration and a larger engine capacity. According to reports, the new TVS 650cc motorcycle would produce power close to 47bhp and 52Nm of torque.