Special edition TVS Apache RR 310 displayed at Feria 2 Ruedas [Video]

16/05/2019 - 21:26 | ,   | Suvil Susvirkar

Along with the Carbon Edition of the Apache RTR 200 4V and the RTR 160 4V, TVS Motors also displayed a unique Apache RR 310 at Feria 2 Ruedas this year.

Special Edition Tvs Apache Rr310 Feria 2 Ruedas Le
The special edition TVS Apache RR 310 features the Racing Black paint with unique white and pink graphics.

Also read: TVS Radeon gets a price hike, two new colours

The special edition TVS Apache RR 310 stands out with unique graphics on the fairing, fuel tank, rear panel and the front fender and matte black base paint. The base colour is accompanied by white and pink graphics that work surprisingly well together. The massive RR logo on the sides runs across the fairing and the tank.

Apart from the Apache RR 310 branding, the fairing features decals from different brands – a styling cue that is usually seen on race machines. It is highly unlikely to see the special edition motorcycle reach the production line. Do note that TVS already offers the Apache RR 310 in a matte black (Racing Black) paint scheme. The bike is available in Racing Red (Glossy Red) colour as well.

The special edition Apache RR 310 mounts the stock engine and has no hardware changes. The familiar 312 cc single-cylinder, liquid cooled, 4-valve, fuel-injected, reverse inclined engine that makes 34 PS of max power at 9,700 rpm and 27.3 Nm of peak torque at 7,700 rpm. This engine is paired with a six-speed transmission. The motorcycle accelerates from nought to 60 km/h in 2.92 seconds, and a 0-100 km/h takes 7.17 seconds. The claimed top speed stands at 160 km/h.

Anchoring department features dual-channel ABS as standard along with a 300 mm single disc and a 240 mm single disc at the front and back respectively. Both discs feature a wave-type pattern. Inverted telescopic forks up front and a monoshock at the rear handle the shock absorption tasks.

Special Edition Tvs Apache Rr310 Feria 2 Ruedas Fr
The special edition Apache RR 310 mounts the stock engine and has no hardware changes.

Also Read: TVS and BMW Motorrad co-developing a twin-cylinder motorcycle - Report

Other familiar bits include tri-colour on the windscreen, LED projector headlights, LED tail lamp and LED blinkers. The pillion seat hasn't been removed, which is unusual for a race-themed motorcycle. The motorcycle uses the stock exhaust instead of a free-flow, aftermarket system.

TVS Apache News & Updates

More from TVS

Featured Stories