TVS teases Apache RTR 310 in anticipation of September 6 debut, unveils new details
Delhi : TVS Motor Company has teased the upcoming Apache RTR 310 ahead of its September 6 introduction with some new teaser photographs that reveal much of the impending motorcycle's design. The fresh round of teaser pictures makes a lot of information about the future TVS Apache RTR 310 crystal obvious. Following the discovery of multiple spy photographs of the bike, these are the first official images. It's interesting that you can already reserve the bike for ₹3,100.
The teaser photographs show that the TVS Apache RTR 310 has a modern design aesthetic. This is consistent with the other RTR series models. The RTR 310 has a sleek appearance as the company's premier naked streetfighter.
In addition to the massive side-slung exhaust and sharp tank shrouds that can be seen in the teaser image, the motorcycle will include an angular headlight with LED technology. The teaser photographs reveal the general shape of the bike, however the headlamps and fuel tank are still hidden by the black wrap.
The photos also show that the TVS Apache RTR 310 will have a streamlined back profile, with the indicators situated on a tyre-hugger rather than on a rear fender, which the two-wheeler manufacturer has removed. Overall, the TVS Apache RTR 310 has a sleek appearance that is both athletic and forceful. All LED features, including the headlight, taillight, and turn indicators, are anticipated to be included with the motorcycle.
The bike is equipped with dual-channel ABS and petal disc brakes in the front and back. It has USD front forks and a monoshock at the back for suspension. If TVS offers front fork adjustability like it does for the RR 310, it will be interesting to watch. On 17-inch alloy wheels, the forthcoming naked streetfighter would travel. Along with additional features like an adjustable clutch and brake lever, a TFT display would be included.
The same engine that powers the BMW 310 models and its fully-faired brother will also power the TVS Apache RTR 310. The 312 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine can produce up to 27.3 Nm of maximum torque and 33.5 bhp of maximum power. The bike will likely include a six-speed gearbox for transmission.