TVS recently filed a trademark application for the name "Apache RTX." This comes as the company prepares to launch its most anticipated motorcycle, a streetfighter version of the Apache RR310.
The bike has been rumoured to be called the Apache RTR 310. But the trademark application suggests that it may be called the Apache RTX instead. Earlier, it was expected to be an adventure motorcycle, but the latest reports suggest that it would be a street motorcycle.
The Apache RTX would be a more aggressive-looking motorcycle than the Apache RR310. It would likely have a more upright riding position and a more comfortable seat. The engine would be the same 312cc single-cylinder engine as the Apache RR310. But it may be tuned differently to provide more low-end torque.
The Apache RTX would be a direct competitor to the KTM Duke 390. It would offer a similar level of performance and features, but it would likely be priced slightly lower. The Apache RTX would be a welcome addition to the Indian motorcycle market. It would be sure to attract a lot of attention from riders who are looking for a stylish and affordable streetfighter.
The upcoming Apache is expected to have class-leading designs and features. The bike's styling will be one of its main selling points. While there are few details to be revealed at the moment, we expect to learn more as the launch date approaches.
TVS is focusing heavily on the premium end of the motorcycle spectrum. The new 310cc TVS may not bring a lot of sales for the brand in terms of overall numbers. But it will aid the corporation in increasing brand memory and equity in the luxury motorcycle market.
We are excited to see what TVS has in store for us with the upcoming Apache. It has the potential to be a game-changer in the Indian motorcycle market.