All-new TVS Apache RR 310 uses a 313cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine with a reverse cylinder layout.
TVS Motor Company has finally introduced its flagship motorcycle – TVS Apache RR 310 – in the Indian market. Available in a single variant, this full-faired bike has been priced at Rs 2.05 lakh (ex-showroom). Interestingly, the Apache RR 310 is India’s first ever bike to get reverse inclined engine unlike the forward-inclined ones. Sharing its underpinnings with the upcoming BMW G310R naked street bike, the new TVS motorcycle is being manufactured at TVS Hosur-based facility in Tamil Nadu.
The all-new Apache RR 310 is the first full-faired motorcycle from the Chennai-based bikemaker in the country. Priced at Rs lakh (ex-showroom), this new Apache series bike will take on KTM 390 Duke, KTM 250 Duke, Mahindra Mojo, Benelli 302 R and other 300cc motorcycles. Positioned as a premium sport bike, the TVS Apache RR 310 has been designed for both the regular commuting purposes and the occasional racetrack duties. The full-faired bike pays tribute to TVS Racing heritage.
TVS Apache RR 310 Features
-Trellis frame chassis
-180mm ground clearance
-Lightweight carbon fibre components
-Cast alloy swing arm
-High aerodynamic efficiency
-Dorsal fin and heat management gills
-On board gyro cameras
– Radial callipers
-Dual Channel Total Control ABS
-Omega shaped taillights
TVS Apache RR 310 Pictures
TVS had first previewed the TVS RR Apache 310 at the 2016 Auto Expo last year in concept form under the Akula 310 Concept nameplate as a commemorative model for TVS’ racing history that is over 30 years old. With Apache RR 310, the two-wheeler company has forayed into the 300cc bike segment. Among the several firsts to its credit, the bike is the fastest production model from TVS and the first fully-faired motorcycle from the auto maker.
Designed on the trellis frame chassis, the bike derives its power from the same 313cc engine that will also power the upcoming BMW G310R. Accredit copious localisation, the Apache RR 310 price is quite competitive. The bike is now available in a single variant at Rs 2.05 lakh (ex-showroom). Read – New TVS Apache RTR 180 In The Works
Earlier known as Akula concept, the bike has been named Apache RR 310 by TVS. Carrying aggressive stance, the new TVS bike stays so close to the Akula concept. While most of its design and styling elements have been borrowed from the concept model, it gets new cost-effective bits replacing the carbon fibre elements. The TVS Apache RR 310 has been designed with inputs from the TVS’ race drivers, which makes it special. TVS’ new 300cc bike uses the trellis frame chassis and features a larger fairing for a sporty look. One of the key highlight of the bike is its large windscreen. Besides this, the bike has aerodynamically crafted face featuring full-LED projector headlamps with LED daytime running lights (DRLs). Read – New 2018 TVS Apache RTR 160 Clear Images & Details Revealed
The rear profile of the bike has been adorned by omega-shaped LED taillamps and the use of subtle graphics on the body adds to the overall look. The engine crankshaft seems inspired by the BMW G310R/GS, though it comes with the raised TVS Racing branding. There is a white stripe too for a sportier look. The tri-colour from India’s flag has been positioned vertically near the top right corner of the large windscreen. It additionally comes with a sporty seat that also offers a comfortable riding position. The raised clip on make the bike more road focused and the Michelin tyres provide excellent grip on the road. Read – New TVS Electric Scooter Coming Soon
The new TVS 300cc bike comes with a host of features including 15 option speedo, lap timer, top speed timer and notifier, instantaneous fuel consumption, fuel range temperature, gear shift indicator, side stand alarm etc. Additionally, it gets hazard lamps, most accurate fuel indicator with 72 points. Other key design bits include a sculpted fuel tank, vertically mounted instrument console. The TVS Apache RR 310 comes in a choice of two colour options – Red and Matte Black.
|Fuel Tank Capacity||11L|
|Max Payload Capacity||130kg|
The all-new 300cc Apache measures 2,001mm in length, 786mm in width and 1,135mm in height. Its wheelbase stands at 1,365mm. The bike has best-in-class ground clearance of 180mm, and runs on 110/70-R17 M/C 54H front and 150/60-R17 M/C 66H rear tubeless Michelin radial tyres. It offers a fuel tank capacity of 11-litres. The Apache RR 310 carries a kerb weight of 1,69.5kg, and has a payload capacity of 130kg.
|Specifications||Apache RR 310|
Powering the new TVS new fully-faired 300cc bike is a 313cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine with a reverse cylinder layout. This motor will also be used for the upcoming BMW G310R naked streetfighter and G310 GS adventure motorcycle. The power and torque outputs of the unit stand at 33.5bhp (at 9,700rpm) and 27.3Nm (at 7,700rpm) respectively. TVS has also calibrated the mapping and gearing of the engine. Power is delivered to the wheels via a six-speed gearbox. Read: 2017 TVS Apache RTR 200 4V BS-IV – All You Need To Know
|Acceleration (0-60kmph)||2.93 seconds|
|Acceleration (0-100kmph)||7.17 seconds|
The new TVS fully faired motorcycle derives its power from a 313cc liquid-cooled engine that is capable to attain a top speed of 160kmph. The all-new TVS Apache RR 310 can do 60kmph from stand still within 2.93 seconds and 0-100kmph in 7.17 seconds.
With respect to fuel efficiency, the fully-faired 300cc bike is decent enough. That said, TVS’ new 300cc fully-faired bike delivers a mileage between 25kmpl to 30kmpl.
While the concept version of the bike that was showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo equipped with upside down front forks, the production model comes with inverted cartridge telescopic fork and two arm aluminium die-cast swingarm mono tube floating piston gas assisted shock rear absorbers. The bike gets 300mm and 240mm petal type disc brakes at front and rear axles respectively. It additionally receives a dual channel total control ABS (it also has ABL-anti-back lift as well as RLP). Check Out – Upcoming TVS Scooters & Bikes in India