Indian two-wheeler manufacturer TVS is all geared up to launch its fully faired motorcycle, the Apache RR 310S in India. Ahead of that the motorcycle has been spotted testing again.
Rushlane has spotted the TVS Apache RR 310 testing in the city. The motorcycle is expected to launch in India by August 2017. The latest spy images reveal the seating posture of the motorcycle.
The riding position of the Apache RR 310S is quite comfortable for long saddle sores. But the motorcycle will be equally good at the race track with the slightly rear-set footpegs and fuel tank recess.
The TVS Apache RR 310S is based on the BMW G 310 R. The motorcycle draws power from a 313cc single cylinder, liquid cooled engine churning out 34bhp and 28Nm of torque. The engine is paired to a 6-speed gearbox.
When launched in India, the Apache RR 310 S will be the most powerful offering from TVS. The company states that the motorcycle is the result of over 34 years of racing experience. The Apache RR 310S will rival the likes of KTM RC390, Yamaha R3 and Honda CBR 250R.
With the Apache RR 310S, TVS will up its ante in the Indian market. The India manufacturer will take on the likes of Yamaha, Honda and KM and it will be interesting to see the epic battle between the heavyweights of the motorcycle industry.