The TVS Apache RR 310 has constantly been updated since it first went on sale at the end of 2017. The first evolution came in 2019, with the addition of a slip/assist clutch and a new paint scheme. When we reviewed the bike, we also experienced that refinement had improved slightly.
Then, in January 2020, TVS unveiled the BS6 Apache RR 310, and this came with quite significant upgrades including a TFT display, riding modes, further improvements to refinement, Michelin Road 5 tyres and fresh paint schemes.
Now, TVS has sent out a media invite for an updated 2021 model. The teaser image shared doesn't reveal much, but it hints that the bike could get a revised headlamp design. New colour schemes are fair to expect, but what other changes this bike will get will be revealed very soon. We’ve been invited to ride the bike at the race track in Chennai on April 7, 2021.
For a quick recap, the RR 310 is a faired motorcycle based on the 310cc platform that is shared with BMW. The bike produces 34hp from its liquid-cooled, single-cylinder motor and offers good track performance, but also remains relatively comfortable for road use.
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