While TVS offers the Apache RR310 in two colour options, someone wanted his ride to stand out in the crowd. This led to the creation of a custom white Apache RR310 that looks just as stunning, if not better, as the stock colour options – Racing Red or Racing Black.
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Apart from the custom paint, everything remains stock on the motorcycle. Even the graphics have been retained from the standard model. So you’d spot the Apache and the RR310 branding on the fairing with the 35 Years Of TVS Racing printed on the rear panel.
TVS Motor Company has not announced plans for new colours on the Apache RR310 yet although we may see some more action on that front in the future.
The new TVS Apache RR310 was launched in India in December 2017 at INR 2.05 lakh (ex-showroom). However, the motorcycle received a price hike of INR 8,000 in just four months post its launch.
For that premium price tag, the TVS Apache RR 310 receives a long list of features that include Bi-LED projector headlight with LED DRLs, LED blinkers, LED tail light, upside down telescopic front forks, full-digital instrument console, and dual channel ABS as standard. TVS has developed the aerodynamics through wind-tunnel testing, and the motorcycle is claimed to have a drag coefficient of 0.26.
Mechanical parts include a 312 cc, reverse inclined, single cylinder, liquid cooled, 4-valve fuel injected (Bosch - Closed-loop EFI) engine that is tuned to produce 34 PS of maximum 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 claimed acceleration from 0-60 kmph is 2.92 seconds while 0-100 kmph takes 7.17 seconds. The claimed top speed is 160km/h.
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Stopping power is provided by 300 mm Petal-type single disc up front working in conjunction with 240 mm Petal-type single disc at the rear. ABS, as aforementioned, comes as standard. Suspension duties are performed by inverted cartridge telescopic fork up front and Mono tube floating piston gas assisted shock absorber at the rear.
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