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The Apache RR 310 is the first fully faired motorcycle from TVS. In addition to the red paint scheme, the Apache 310 RR will be available in a matte black option.
The Apache RR 310 is proportionate and looks reasonably aggressive.
In profile, the Apache RR 310 looks quite similar to TVS' Akula 310 concept that was shown at the 2016 Auto Expo.
The Indian tricolour is subtly displayed on the windscreen. A great touch.
The digital instruments are comprehensive and include a 0-60 kph timer as well as a lap timer.
312cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine has been co-developed by TVS and BMW Motorrad. RR 310 is built around a steel trellis frame.
The exhaust note gets exciting at high speeds but it's not as loud or brash as the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V's.
The Apache 310 RR gets a 41mm KYB USD fork and a 300m petal disc brake up front. Two-channel ABS is standard.
The RR 310's levers are not adjustable but lever feel is still progressive and very good.
Bi-LED projector headlights should offer great lighting performance.
Apache RR 310 takes TVS into uncharted territory.
The RR in the name is no misnomer. This is a real race-worthy machine.
35 years of racing pedigree has resulted in the Apache RR 310.
The RR 310 boasts high levels of fit-finish and panel gaps are minimal and consistent.
The Apache RR 310 gets Michelin Pilot Street tyres as standard. The rear wheel is wrapped in a 150 section tyre. Also, the rear disc is a 240mm unit.
An 810mm seat height should be comfortable for most riders. The riding position itself is quite roomy.
The Apache RR 310's monoshock is adjustable for preload.
Tail light is an all LED affair and its 'Omega' shape is really distinctive.
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