TVS Apache RR 310 | The TVS Apache RR 310 may have launched in December, last year, but it is worth talking about. Developed out of the Akula concept, TVS Motors has culminated all of their 35 years of racing experience into this bike. Extensively wind tunnel-tested, the Apache RR 310 features a reverse-inclined 312cc single-cylinder that was co-developed with BMW. The engine makes 34 PS of power and 27.5 Nm of torque. (Image source: TVS)
Indian motorcycle manufacturer TVS recently released a video featuring their Apache RR 310 with the title “Crafted to be invisible”. While there is no further confirmation from the company, there are certain safe assumptions that can be made.
The motorcycle is expected to feature a new colour scheme, as a part of its mid-cycle aesthetic upgrade. It could also get a slipper-clutch, which is already present in the latest iteration of the Apache RTR 200 4V Race Edition. Apart from that, it is unlikely that TVS will make any more updates.
The company had issued a voluntary recall in March for a complimentary upgrade for Apache RR 310 owners. It included a free service, an ECU remap, heavier bar-ends and an improved chain roller to reduce vibrations. These changes were then made standard across the newer models.
The bike is powered by a 313CC single cylinder engine which makes 34PS of maximum power and 27.3Nm of peak torque. The bike was launched as a part of a collaboration between BMW and TVS, where the two manufacturers shared powertrains and underpinnings to manufacture three distinct motorcycles.