TVS Apache RR 310 is the most powerful production motorcycle from TVS.
The company has spent close to ₹400 crore on the Apache RR 310 project. The newly launched TVS Apache RR 310 will be introduced in the global market as well with the company eyeing sales to the tune of 10,000 units in its first year itself. "TVS Apache RR 310 is a testimony to our Racing DNA and R&D capabilities, positioned to fulfill the ever-growing aspirations of the new age customers globally".
TVS Motors launches RR 310 for Rs 2.05 lakh ex-showroom
TVS claims that the decades-long racing experience of TVS Racing has been used to develop the Apache RR 310 while the pilot tests have been conducted with real users whose feedback on the development and performance of bike were satisfying.
The unveiling of TVS Apache RR 310 marked a new era in the annals of the company, according to said Sudarshan Venu, joint managing director (JMD).More news: Why Patagonia Will Sue President Trump Over Utah National Monuments
Its design looks quite aerodynamic, from the front, and also gets a windscreen at the top right corner. The fuel tank flaunts the TVS horse logo in a bold silver finish on either side.
Apache RR 310 is powered by a four-stroke, four-valve, single-cylinder, reverse-inclined 312 cc engine which makes 33.5 bhp at 9700 rpm and 27.3 Nm of peak torque at 7700 rpm. The transmission duties would be done by a 6-speed gearbox. While the market was growing at 10% for the past five year, TVS Motor had been growing well above 25%, he said. "The Apache RR310 is our first foray into the super premium segment", he said. A lightweight trellis frame forms the backbone of the bike.More news: Lobbyist accuses LA assemblyman of sexual assault
Being the flagship model of TVS, the Apache RR 310 will get some unbelievable goodies like a dual LED projector headlamps cluster, fully-digital instrumentation, upside down front fork, big mono-shock rear suspension and a big fairing covering the entire front portion.
Based on the concept of TVS Akula as showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo, the motorcycle was reportedly in development for the past two years. The wheelbase is 1,365 mm and the seat height is set at 810 mm.More news: Target Lets You Pay With New 'Wallet' Mobile Payment System
Designed for the track, with relaxed enough ergonomics for daily use, the TVS Apache RR 310competes against the KTM RC 390, the Kawasaki Ninja 300 and the Benelli 302R.