Images of the upcoming TVS Apache RTR 310 have been leaked online. It gives us the first look at the motorcycle's new design language. The images were taken during an ad shoot for the motorcycle. It can be seen in the photos that the RTR 310 has undergone a significant visual overhaul.
The most obvious change is the new chassis. While the main frame is not visible in the images, the subframe is completely new. This suggests that TVS has made significant changes to the RTR 310's underpinnings. This change could improve the handling and performance of the upcoming bike. The TVS Apache RTR 310 is based on the BMW G310R. The front fork tubes on the RTR 310 look a bit thinner than the ones on the BMW G310R. This could suggest that TVS has tuned the suspension for better performance.
Other changes include a new LED headlight, a revised fuel tank, and a new tail section. The upcoming TVS Apache RTR 310 is expected to be a feature-rich motorcycle. It is expected to come with power modes and full-colour digital instrumentation. The look of the updated RTR 310 is more aggressive than the fully-faired RR 310. It is clear that TVS is aiming to give the motorcycle a more premium feel.
The leaked images do not reveal any details about the RTR 310's engine. But it is expected to be the same 313cc single-cylinder unit that powers the Apache RR 310. This engine with 6-speed transmission produces 34 horsepower and 27.3 Newton meters of torque. The new TVS Apache RTR 310 is expected to be launched in India later this year. It will compete with the likes of the KTM 390 Duke, the Honda CB300R, and the Bajaj Dominar 400.