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TVS Akula 310 (Apache 300) spied up close in new spy shots – Photos

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Showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo in concept format, TVS Akula 310 sportsbike is being readied for launch in India.

TVS Akula 310 concept was showcased at the Auto Expo earlier this year. A fully faired sports bike which embodies TVS’ rich racing heritage, Akula 310 is believed to be launched later this year as the Apache 300. But before that, the company has began testing of the bike on public road.

During one such outing, the bike was spotted by an enthusiast and the images reveal never before seen close-up shots of production ready TVS Akula 310.

Designed with inputs received from company‚Äôs factory race drivers, Akula (“shark” in Russian) pays tribute to 33 years of TVS Racing history. The spy shots reveal that TVS intends on keeping most of the features of Akula concept, on the production ready variant.

TVS will be producing the Akula 310 sportsbike from the company plant in Hosur, Tamil Nadu while production costs will be kept to a minimum so as to price the bike efficiently. On launch, Akula 310 will compete with KTM RC 390, Kawasaki Ninja 300 and Yamaha R3.

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TVS Akula 310 features USD front fork, rear monoshock, dual channel ABS and a fully digital instrument cluster. It will be powered by a 313cc, single cylinder, liquid cooled petrol engine develpoed by BMW Motorrad. This engine will offer 34 hp peak power at 9,500 rpm and 28 Nm torque at 7,500 rpm mated to a 6 speed manual transmission.

This is the same engine that also powers BMW G 310 R motorcycle revealed last year. Estimates reveal that this engine will offer 36 kmpl mileage on the Akula 310 sportsbike while pricing will be around INR 2.2 lakhs to INR 2.5 lakhs.

via maxabout


 

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  • now I have a serious doubt regarding the pillion comfort…

    • Net Troll

      In India pillion is considered as a lady wearing saree and sitting with the legs to one side. That’s why the Hayabusa got a SAREE GUARD. Surprise surprise!

      • lol :p

      • Vinny

        In India even an ISRO Mars Rover in two wheels should have a saree guard. Even the female astronaut’s should be allowed to follow tradition. That’s the life blood of our nation.
        – One “very bright” Politician.

        • Net Troll

          Haha! They may ask the astronaut lady to sit sideways on the rocket too