TVS Apache RTR 310: Everything You Need To Know Before Its Launch

CalenderPublished at August 11, 2023 by BikeJunction
TVS Apache RTR 310: Everything You Need To Know Before Its Launch

Even before the bike's September 6 release, a lot of information is resurfacing all over the internet related to its design and features, including other related components.

The soon-to-be-released all-new TVS Apache RTR 310 has been noticed many times. We've now come up with some important details for all the bike lovers here. We are here to present you with the latest information about the Apache RTR 310 that you want to know about.

TVS Apache RTR 310: Uncovering The Sleek Design & Performance

To begin with, we acknowledge that this enigmatic stylish bike will be released on September 6, and the official launch venue could potentially be the Democracy Monument in Bangkok, Thailand, as suggested by the coordinates in the trailer.

According to the most recent series of spy photos that we have seen, this latest motorbike will include customizable levers and directional buttons on the left switchgear, which is reminiscent of the Apache RR 310, on which the RTR 310 is modelled.

The test mule has bold headlights similar to the Kawasaki Z1000. A split-seat layout with split tail grab handlebars and rear-set footpegs was additionally noticed, which could lead to a relatively sportier riding position. Nonetheless, the bike retains its streetfighter style with a single-piece handlebar.

As far as the bike's design is concerned, we realised it would have an edgy and contemporary design language and a powerful tank with tank extensions. In addition to this, It will feature a new twin-LED taillight set, brakes with discs on both ends and dual-channel ABS as standard. 

Other Main Highlights of the New TVS Apache RTR 310

It will be equipped with an upside-down fork (USD) and monoshock suspension. At least in the normal model, the fork may be non-adjustable. The RTR 310 is going to be driven by the exact same 312.7cc, reverse-inclined, single-cylinder engine which powers the BMW G 310 R, G 310 RR, G 310 GS, and Apache RR 310, providing 34PS and 27.3Nm. 

A newly released spy photo revealed a duct engineered to divert intense heat from the rider's legs. The Apache RR 310 appears smoother than the RTR 310 test mule because the ducting has been incorporated into the fairing. However, the finished or the final product will feature a more cohesively constructed unit. Such ducts help to keep engine temperatures manageable, especially in hot climates, particularly while driving slow-moving traffic.

We have also figured out that the motorcycle will have a floating licence plate holder, indicators, and an exhaust comparable to the Apache RR 310.

Unlike the RR310, this forthcoming elegant bike will potentially have a horizontally positioned instrument console. We believe that it will probably include a TFT display with the same information-packed connection features as its faired sister, such as turn-by-turn navigation.

What About the Expected Price Range of TVS Apache RTR 310?

According to the latest sources, we have assumed that the expected price range is anticipated to be at Rs 2.5 lakh (ex-showroom). It will most probably will compete with the KTM 390 Duke, Triumph Speed 400, BMW G 310 R, and Honda CB300R.

But, before you go, don’t forget to check out the ultimate comparison between the recently launched Honda SP160 & Honda Unicorn.

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