Filed Under: TVS Apache RR 310S Tagged With: 300-500cc Bikes
14 November, 2017 1 Comment
The brochure scans of the upcoming TVS Apache RR 310S have been leaked on the internet.
The Apache RR 310S gets gold-finished up-side down forks at the front
The TVS Apache RR 310S brochure scans have been leaked on the internet revealing minimal details about the bike. The motorcycle pictured in the leaked images reveal a red and blue body colour, RR 310 (next to the headlight assembly) and Apache (near the engine housing) stickers on the fairing. You can also find 3S decals in the rear seat cowl. ABS sticker is also seen on the front mudguard.
These first official images of the TVS Apache RR 310S reveal the 300 mm, 4-piston calliper for the front brake from BrBre, KYB suspension and ABS from Continental. The motorcycle gets an ECU sourced from Magneti Marelli. The production model doesn’t get a carbon fibre fairing for obvious reasons (cost).
Time and again, we have been treated to several spy shots of the TVS Apache RR 310S and are aware how exactly the bike looks. The flagship Apache’s design is based on a shark and hence the name Akula (meaning shark in Russain) was given before. The motorcycle looks striking and appealing. It borrows most of the cycle parts like the engine, brakes, suspension, wheels and the exhaust from the BMW G310R.
The Apache 310 draws power from a 313cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor that produces 34 HP of power and 28 Nm of torque. The motor comes paired with a 6-speed gearbox and is claimed to return a mileage of 33 km/l on the G310R. The bike is expected to be priced at around Rs. 1.8-2 lakhs (ex-showroom). The first full-faired offering from TVS will rival the upcoming KTM RC 250.
TVS Apache RR 310S Brochure
– Brochure scans of the Apache 310 have been leaked
– The leaked images reveal the right side of the bike
– The Apache RR 310S is expected to be launched in India in early 2018
The bike was recently spotted with a unique rear tyre hugger
The Apache sticker finds a place at the bottom of the fairing
TVS is aiming to retain about 75 percent of the parts of the concept on the Apache 310
The Apache 310 gets a chrome plated exhaust