TVS recently started reservations for the Apache RR 310 Naked. Sudarshan Venu, MD of TVS Motor, has been testing the new model ahead of its official debut on September 6, 2023.
We’ve already seen several teasers for this new machine, and we know it won’t look anything like its BMW counterpart, the G 310 R. The design, while still being kept under wraps for the time being, is rather edgy and angular, as evidenced by the sharp tank extensions and minimalist tail section.
TVS Apache RTR 310 Naked Specs & Features
The Apache RTR 310 or Apache 310 Street could be the name of the next street bike. It will be built on the same platform as the BMW G 310 R. The bike, as seen in these photographs, is likely to have a distinct appearance, with an aggressive headlight cowl, a chin fairing, and a stepped seat. The test bike has a gold upside-down front fork, alloy wheels, petal-type disc brakes, and a digital instrument console.
When compared to any other TVS model currently on the market, the rear subframe and split seat layout look to be new, as do the wheels. In addition, the dash appears to be horizontally positioned, as opposed to vertically mounted on previous BMW-TVS 310 platform bikes. While it is not visible in this image, the instrument cluster is most likely a TFT unit. The trapezoidal mirrors are likewise unlike anything seen on any previous TVS model.
Apache 310 Street Engine
The Apache 310 Street / RTR 310 will use the same 313cc single-cylinder engine developed in collaboration with BMW Motorrad. It generates 33.5 BHP and 27.3 Nm. TVS might, however, retune the engine for more mid-range grunt.