The new choice among modders is the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V, especially in Indonesia where a total of three modified versions of the new Apache have been discovered thus far. One has been transformed into a stylish sports bike with a superb fairing running over its body, while the other has received body style and an impression that is more conducive to touring. The third maintains the original body while using a variety of high-end components to give the Apache a more premium street motorbike appearance.
Full-Faired Sports Version Apache RTR 200
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Although it is difficult to believe your own eyes, it is true. The naked motorcycle is covered in some very gorgeous clothing, giving it an entirely dream-like appearance when it is launched from TVS. It looks the best among all other 200cc motorcycles because to the tidy front air intakes, the unique exhaust system, and the usage of red on the frame. I hope TVS takes this design into account and offers the full-faired version to the general public.
Custom-made Apache RTR 200 Touring Version in Indonesia
The touring-friendly Apache RTR 200 has a big appearance and outshines the majority of adventure bikes in the litre class in terms of aesthetics. Since the tourer version uses the same colour contrast, dual discs on the front wheel, and a special exhaust, this custom was created by the same artist as the Sport version. Here, the semi-faired motorbike receives a high-mounted handlebar, a sizable windscreen, and other touring equipment.
Indonesian-modified Apache RTR 200 Premium Street Version
Despite having several high-end features such USD golden painted custom forks, an aftermarket exhaust system, dual petal disc brakes, and distinctive alloy wheels, the motorcycle keeps its original body appearance. The footpegs and gear/brake levers on this premium-looking RTR 200 were finished in red since Indonesian bike modders adore the colour Red in their creations. A wide bar unit has taken the place of the clip-on handlebar. The front headlight is designed to resemble the 250cc Draken concept bike’s headlight.