TVS Apache RR 310 (Akula 310) will hit the market on 6th December
Bike lovers across India have been eagerly waiting for the new TVS Apache RR 310 (Akula 310), which is all set for a global launch on 6th Dec, 2017. The new TVS Apache RR 310 is powered by a BMW engineered 313cc single cylinder engine.
As quoted by those who have already tested the new machine, according to them it is a good machine to ride inside and outside the city, especially in highways to enjoy the speed and ride quality. Just a few days ahead of the launch, TVS has revealed a small official video teaser, which reveals the front view of the machine.
TVS Apache RR 310 official teaser below:
The new TVS Apache RR 310 will be the flagship motorbike from TVS and also it’s the first full-faired motorcycle for the Indian market. The expected price of TVS Apache RR 310 (Akula 310) to be around Rs 1.7 lakh to Rs 2 lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi).
The new TVS Apache RR 310 is based on BMW G310R naked bike. It is a part of JV, which will reflect the nexus between BMW-TVS launch a range of new motorbikes in the 500cc segment. According to Stephan Schaller, CEO, BMW Motorrad, the engineering of this new category motorbike has been done 100% by BMW. This means, the new TVS Apache RR 310 is fully BMW engineered motorbike and the build quality is too appealing as we seen in other BMW bikes. For the moment we have already seen two bikes from BMW, the G310 R and G310 GS, Apache RR 310 will be the third member.
Talking about the engine specs of TVS Apache RR 310, it will get its power from the BMW developed 313cc liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine which can generate 34hp and 28Nm of power torque and comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox. It is the same engine that powers the BMW G310 R. In terms of braking, the upcoming Apache RR 310 is expected to be equipped with a 300mm disc brake at the front and a 240mm disc at the rear and it will also get 41mm upside down forks upfront and a monoshock setup at the rear.
The new TVS Apache RR 310 (Akula 310) will lock horn the likes of KTM RC 390, Beneli 302R and Honda CBR 250R.