Dual-channel ABS reported for the top-end model.
New spyshots give a closer look at the forthcoming all-new TVS Apache 200, which will have its market launch on January 20, 2016. The new spyshots show the split seats of the Bajaj Pulsar RS200-rival, while offering a glimpse at the motorcycle's all-digital instrument cluster, dual-outlet exhaust and the redesigned headlight cluster.
The light cluster is likely to be equipped with LED position lights and the taillights could be full-LED units too. The spyshots also give a clear look of the petal-type front and rear disc brakes, and according to RushLane, the top-end variant will be offered with dual-channel ABS.
At this point, it is more-or-less confirmed that the new Apache will be powered by a 200 cc single-cylinder, air-and-oil-cooled engine, with reports ball-parking the power and torque outputs at around 25 PS and 20 Nm respectively.
The new Apache is expected to cost a shade under INR 1 lakh (ex-Showroom) when launched. It remains to be seen if the older Apache variants are discontinued post the launch of the new 200.
[Source - RushLane]