TVS Motor Company has launched the 2021 Apache RR 310 that now comes with a host of upgrades.
Firstly, the Apache RR 310 received a new exhaust system and revised geometry to provide a greater lean angle, with TVS also claimed the new setup improves engine response.
Next, the Apache RR 310 gets a full-colour and Bluetooth enable TFT display that can store and view riding data that can be accessed on the instrument cluster or via smartphone.
It also features a new Dynamic engine rev limit indicator, engine temperature, RPM parameters, day trip meter, and over speed indicator.
The new Apache also allows suspension damping tuning with the help of a built-in adjuster tool.
To make things a little more interesting, TVS offers two road-legal kits comprising Dynamic and Race.
The Dynamic kit features a fully adjustable KYB upside/down front fork with 20-step compression damping, 15mm preload adjustment and 20-step rebound damping, while the rear monoshock offers a 10-step preload adjustment and 20-step rebound damping.
Meanwhile, the Race kit focuses on attacking ergonomics that features a tucked-down handlebar and a raised (30mm) footpegs. TVS claimed the Race kit ensure lower wind resistance and improved handling while on the track.
Nonetheless, the powertrain has remained unchanged, with the single-cylinder 312.2cc liquid-cooled engine continues to deliver 34hp @ 9,700rpm and 27.3Nm @ 7,700rpm, and a claimed top speed of 160km/h.
Other features include:
- 300mm front disc
- 240mm rear disc
- dual-channel ABS
- 11L fuel tank
- Four riding modes (Sport/Track/Urban/Rain)