Two versions of TVS Apache snapped up-close in Indonesia – Spied

Posted on: Dec 18, 2015 - 9:54pm IST

Being tested with two types of handlebars.

The TVS Apache 200 has been snapped on test in Indonesia again. The new spyshots show two prototypes of the Apache 200 which are slightly different from each other. The noticeable difference is the handlebar, as one of the test mules has clip-on bars and the other has a traditional, single-tube handlebar. It is unclear if TVS Motor Company will launch two distinct versions of the Apache or if the company is yet to finalise on the type of handlebar to be used. Neither model is equipped with ABS.

TVS Apache 200 split handlebar spied up-close in Indonesia
The TVS Apache 200 is expected to be debuted at the 2016 Auto Expo in Greater Noida in February.

The salient features of the TVS Apache 200 that can be observed from these spyshots include a mono halogen head lamp, an LED tail lamp, traditional turn indicators, a regular fork coloured in gold, a monoshock on swingarm, a fully digital instrument panel, a TVS Draken X21-inspired fuel tank design, split seats, petal disc brake at the front and the rear with gold-coloured calipers, rear-set foot pegs, an octagonal exhaust canister with twin outlets, a dirt cover for the rear brake caliper, and Draken inspired alloy wheels.

TVS Apache 200 tube handlebar spied up-close in Indonesia
The TVS Apache 200 is believed to be capable of outperforming the KTM Duke 200.

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The Apache 200 is powered by a 200 cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine with an oil-cooler and possibly a SOHC, that is expected to produce around 28 PS of maximum power and 22-25 Nm of peak torque.

TVS Apache 200 – Spyshot Gallery

[Spyshots: IwanBanaran]

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