Fresh spy photographs of the long-awaited naked TVS Apache RR 310 have emerged, indicating a nearing launch. The images show the bike in what looks to be production form, with a number of key differences from the Apache RR 310.
The most obvious difference is the tail section, which is angular and sharply raked. This gives the bike a more aggressive look and is reminiscent of the KTM 1290 Super Duke. The tail also features a large hugger that houses the indicators, eliminating the need for a fender.
Other differences include a large fuel tank with big extensions, premium-looking mirrors, and a different digital instrument console. The front end is not visible in the images, but it is expected to feature dual LED headlights. The powertrain is likely to be the same as the Apache RR 310. It is a liquid-cooled 312cc single-cylinder engine that produces 34 hp and 27.3 Nm of torque.
The name of the bike is still unknown, but it is being referred to as the TVS Apache RTR 310. But the company has also trademarked the Apache RTX name, so it is possible that the bike could be called the TVS Apache RTX 310.
Either way, the bike is expected to be launched in India sometime during the festive season. The new spy images suggest that the TVS Apache RTR 310 is nearing its launch. It is sure to be a popular choice for riders looking for a powerful and stylish naked bike.