TVS, India two-wheeler manufacturer, has geared up for the launch of its first fully faired motorcycle in the country. The TVS Apache RR 310S will have started by mid or late November 2017, the Autocar India represents.
TVS Apache RR 310S will launch by mid or late November 2017
The TVS has also undergone an international restructuring and has created a new division for handling premium motorcycle and exports, the report also states.
Apache brand comprises of the new group that also includes the upcoming faired bike. Arun Siddharth head the new branch, Vice President, marketing motorcycles, premium category and international business.
Siddharth will also remain to lead TVS Racing apart from that. Several times, the Apache RR 310S has spotted having tested on the Indian roads. The motorcycle patent image has also leaked. It will have the most compelling offering when launched from the stable of TVS.
By the same platform, the Apache RR 310S has underpinned as the BMW Motorrad entry-level naked offering; the G 310 R. From the existing 313cc single cylinder, the motorcycle draws power, fuel injected engine producing 34bhp and 28Nm of torque.
The engine has tuned so that it will suit the India road condition. At the front and monoshock suspension at the rear, the Apache RR 310S also feature upside down forks.
TVS Apache RR 310S price expected to have below 2 lakh:
The motorcycle has digital instrument cluster and split seats apart from that. At least, as an option, TVS has likely to offer ABS.In India, TVS has to test the Apache RR 310S for quite some time. TVS has set all to introduce its latest creation now.
The engine produces around 34bhp of power and 28Nm of peak torque, and the counterbalanced engine has expected to have a refined mill.
The motorcycle will launch the likes of KTM RC390, Benelli 302R, Kawasaki Ninja 300 and YZF-R3 when launched. The price of the vehicle expected to have below Rs 2 lakh. The TVS Apache RR 310S will go head to head against the KTM RC 390, and in all likelihood at that price, the TVS Apache RR 310S may have positioned as the most affordable entry-level sportbike in the market.