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TVS Apache 200 teased on Indonesian website; India launch on Jan 20

 
TVS Apache 200 teaser

The motorcycle is expected to go on sale in Indonesia shortly after its Indian debut.

The first official teaser of the eagerly awaited TVS Apache 200 has been released by the motorcycle’s official Indonesian website. The company is running a social media sharing contest of the teaser for its Indonesian customers. Lucky winners will get a chance to ride the new bike at the Sentul International Circuit soon.

Apart from revealing the marketing tagline, “Uncover the racer in you”, everything else is concealed with a red veil. However, we already have a fair idea about the street fighters design and features, thanks to the spyshots.

The sharply styled Apache 200 sports a shield-shaped LED infused headlamp, minimal fairing, a transparent visor, muscular fuel tank with extensions, split seats, LED taillights, a petal disc at each wheel, a fully digital instrument console and an interesting silencer with an auxiliary chamber.

TVS Apache 200 Spy Shots

TVS has ditched the RTR (Racing Throttle Response) branding for its latest offering.

The air-cum-oil-cooled engine is expected to displace around 200 cc. Likely to breathe via a carburetor, the powerplant is estimated to have around 26 PS and 22 Nm in store. Transmission would be a 5-speed unit.

We expect the flagship TVS Apache 200 to have a starting price of around INR 85,000 (ex-showroom). TVS would also unveil the fully faired U69 (codename) motorcycle based on the BMW G 310 R at the Auto Expo 2016.

TVS Apache 200 – Spyshots

 

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  • Gohan

    Any news on RTR 160 upgrades??
    If so what can we expect on 160 changes??

  • I`ve been waiting for this bike for a long time.