A new online report claims that TVS Motor Corporation would introduce the RTR 310 in the coming months in India. It will be a brand-new member of the well-liked Apache lineup and is anticipated to be its flagship naked streetfighter. Upon arrival, the pricing would be less than that of the Apache RR 310 faired supersport.
Pricing would probably start at around Rs 2.50 lakh (ex-showroom), and it might look a lot like the RR 310. The motorcycle has been in development for a while, and Rider Mania was supposed to be its official debut, but then the launch got delayed due to unknown reasons. The future model, which will be produced in Hosur, may have an evolutionary design compared to the current generation of Apaches.
It may also be less expensive than the BMW G310 R and will likely compete with the KTM 250 Duke, Honda CB300 R, and 390 Duke as well. A 312cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled fuel-injected engine could be employed for performance. It will be mated to a six-speed gearbox and has a max power output of 34 PS and a peak torque of over 27 Nm.
Several drive modes and a TFT instrument console like the RR 310. A slipper clutch, USD front forks, and a mono-shock rear suspension with pre-load adjustment, adjustable brake & clutch levers, split seats, and LED lighting all around might be included in the equipment list.
The Draken concept may have had a significant influence on its design due to its aggressive body panels, small rear end, and multi-spoke alloy wheels. For a committed riding position, it is more probable to have a wide handlebar layout and aggressively positioned rear footpegs.
The Apache RR 310-like BTO (Built to Order) platform may or may not be supplied. But if taken into consideration, it will allow customers a great deal of flexibility.