A race-spec variant of the TVS Apache RR 310 has been rendered. The rendered bike comes with smartphone integration, and multiple riding modes as well.
The TVS Apache RR 310 is the culmination of the brand’s 35 years in the racing industry. TVS also announced that they will be organising the RR 310 Cup race events, and the rendering gives a fair idea about how the race-spec version would be. In the rendering, the motorcycle gets twin air intakes instead of the bi-LED headlamps. The headlight cowl features small aerodynamic carbon fibre extensions, and the windscreen is tinted in black. The fairing comes with small carbon fibre winglets for additional aerodynamics. The pillion seat gets a cowl, and a small cushion for the rider’s back.
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The rendered race-spec RR 310 features smart phone integration through which one can control the ride modes. There are two modes- Race and Road. The aluminium trellis frame holds the front upside-down fork and rear monoshock. The suspension is tuned to be stiffer in this bike for optimal handling. Brakes include dual front discs with Brembo radial calliper, and a single rear petal disc. The alloy wheels are shod with Michelin slicks for more outright grip than tyre-life.
Expect the engine to be tuned for even more performance. The stock RR 310 engine is a 312.2 cc unit with liquid cooling and fuel injection. The powerplant generates 34 PS of power at 9,700 rpm, and 27.3 Nm of torque at 7,700 rpm. It works in conjunction with a 6-speed transmission with negative back-rack gears for quick shifting and to avoid false neutral.