PM: The TVS Apache RR 310 can do a 0-60 kmph sprint in 2.93 seconds while 0-100 kmph comes in 7.17 seconds.
Dual channel ABS and horizontal digital instrument console are featured on the Apache RR 310 whilst some of the equipment like stiff space frame chassis, Dollars forks, radial calipers, cast-alloy swing arm found in the concept are carried over to the production model as you can seen in the pictures. The TVS Apache RR 310 will be the first bike in the Sport segment.
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.
President & Chief Executive Officer, TVS Motor Company, K N Radhakrishnan at the stage to talk about the company's portfolio and introduce the new Apache RR 310. But if you're looking for that little "extra", that little more excitement, that occasional "bad boy" streak, that's where the Apache RR 310 leaves you wanting for a little more. Both, Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) and Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) system, will be available as standard on the TVS Apache RR 310.
The 312cc engine sports bike, which is equipped with single cylinder, 4 stroke, liquid cooled and 4 valve, has the maximum power of 25 kW at 9700 rpm and the maximum torque of 27.3 Nm at 7700 rpm.
AM: The TVS Apache RR 310 is the first motorcycle to come out of the TVS-BMW partnership. Now, take a look at the same for BMW G310R, and what similarities and dissimilarities both the bikes share with each other. And according to TVS Motor Company, it's been designed, built, and engineered with TVS Racing's 35 years of motorsport history. Mr. Radhakrishnan speaks about the success of the company in the domestic as well as worldwide market. Christened Apache RR 310, the performance motorcycle is based on the Akula concept exhibited at at the 2016 Auto Expo.
During the launch, a TVS spokesperson said that a RR 310 race series, called the RR Cup, will be launched to encourage RR 310 to take the bike to the limit in the safety of a racetrack.
Stay tuned for more updates as this new beast gets the green signal today.