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TVS Apache RR 310 launched in India at Rs 2.05 lakh – Is powered by a BMW engine

TVS Apache RR 310, the much anticipated Apache 310cc model, was launched earlier today. The BMW G310R-based model shares a few specifications with the Beemer and looks much sharper due to the full fairing. The RR 310 debuted at the Auto Expo 2016, where it was shown as the Akula 310 concept. The most powerful and the fastest TVS motorcycle is now on sale at exclusive showrooms across India. New TVS Apache RR 310 price starts from Rs 2.05 lakh (ex-showroom). Read on for all the available details on this highly promising motorcycle.

In India, the new Apache becomes the first-ever motorcycle that is related to the BMW Motorrad. We say this as the motorcycle shares a lot with the G310R. While the latter will also launch in India, the TVS motorcycle has its own unique identity due to the very racy looks and a sportier nature.

Though engineered 100% by BMW Motorrad, both the motorcycles are produced by TVS Motor Company at its production facility in Hosur. The new full fairing Apache gets a 313cc, single-cylinder engine that comes from the BMW G310R. Of course, it is tweaked for the new RR 310 to suit a sportier nature. The motor comes mated to a six-speed manual transmission that sends power to the rear wheel thru a chain drive. The new TVS flagship gets upside-down front forks, trellis frame, dual-channel ABS, anti back lift, rear monoshockand dual projector headlamps.

TVS Apache RR 310 Walkaround

TVS Apache 310 RR First Look

New TVS Apache 310 RR First Look

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TVS Apache RR 310 Price in India

The fastest TVS motorcycle ever is also the most expensive one yet. The TVS Apache RR310 price is Rs 2.05 lakh (ex-showroom). The new bike is the most performance-oriented TVS production motorcycle. It is not only more powerful and faster than the RTR200 4V, but also the sportiest one on a race track. Hence, all the price premium it commands over the 200cc model is completely justified.

TVS Apache RR 310 Images


As you can see in the TVS Apache RR 310 images we have here, the new motorcycle looks a lot like the Akula 310 concept. That said, it does miss out on the sporty exhaust and the carbon-fibre body panels. Plus, it gains a dual headlamp setup.

TVS Apache RR 310 Specs

EngineDOHC 1 cyl
Power34 hp at 9,700 rpm
Torque27.3 Nm at 7,700 rpm
ABSDual Channel (not disengageable)
Front Brake300 mm single disc
Rear Brake240 mm single disc
Front Tyre110/70 R17
Rear Tyre150/60 R17
TyresMichelin Pilot Street
Alloys5 spoke, same as G310R
ColoursRed & Black
Front SuspensionKYB USD forks
Rear Suspensionadjustable monoshock

TVS Apache RR 310 Exhaust Note

TVS Apache 310 Exhaust Note

TVS Apache 310 Exhaust Note

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The new Apache RR 310 is powered by the same 313cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine that powers the BMW G310R. For the new RR310 Apache, however, this engine has been re-tuned to suit the bike’s racing pedigree. This engine has a rear-inclined mounting and is capable of outputting a max. power of 34.2bhp at 9,700 RPM and a peak torque of 27.3 Nm at 7,700 RPM (G310R delivers 34 PS peak power at 9,500 rpm and 28 Nm peak torque at 7,500 rpm). The Apache RR 310 comes with a 6-speed Manual Transmission that will send power to the rear wheels via a chain drive. The new motorcycle gets golden-painted upside-down telescopic forks at the front along with a monoshock at the rear. It is built around a lightweight trellis frame. Dual Channel ABS and Anti Back Lift makes the new bike safer.

TVS Apache RR 310 Features

Trellis Frame
Liquid cooled with OWHE (Oil water heat exchanger)
Fuel Injection
300 hours of wind tunnel testing
1365mm wheelbase (9 mm shorter than the G310R)
Kayaba USD shocks at front
Kayaba Monoshock at rear
Mutli-information Digital Speedo Console
72-point Fuel Gauge
Lap Timer
Top Speed Recorder
Real Time Mileage Display
Average Mileage Display
Gear-shift Indicator
Temperature Display
Hazard Lights
Dual LED Projector Headlamps
BMW G310R-like Exhaust End-can
Michelin Soft-compound radial Tires
Dual channel ABS (not disengageable)
Anti Back Lift
300 mm single disc in the front
240mm single dis at rear
Ride by wire and slipper clutch is NOT on offer
Michelin Pilot Street Tyres
Front 110/70 R17
Rear 150/60 R17

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TVS Apache RR 310 Top Speed and 0 to 60 KMPH

The new motorcycle from TVS can accelerate from 0 to 60 kmph in just 2.93 seconds and go on to hit a top speed of 160 kmph. This makes the new RR 310 one of the quickest and the fastest bikes in its category.

TVS Apache RR 310 Mileage


The RR 310 Apache full fairing motorcycle will offer a mileage of up to 25 kmpl in city and up to 30 kmpl on the highway. While the buyers of such motorcycles give performance a higher priority than fuel efficiency, the new flagship strikes a decent balance between the two aspects.

Making of TVS Apache RR 310

The making of TVS Apache RR 310

The making of TVS Apache RR 310

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TVS Apache RR 310 Design Review

As you can yourself make out in the TVS Apache RR 310 images we have on this page, the new model looks a lot like the Akula concept that made its debut at the last Auto Expo. The biggest differences, however, arise out of a different exhaust end-can and lack of carbon fibre panels on the production bike. Also, the RR 310 gets a dual LED headlamp setup instead of the no headlight full fairing of the Akula concept. The new Apache flagship indeed looks very sporty, which is majorly due to a full fairing, dual LED headlamps, upside down front shocks, split seats, and adjustable clip-on handlebars.

The new Apache RR 310 gets a full fairing at front, which is flanked by a huge windshield and a dual LED headlamp setup. A unique thing about the headlamps is that both the lamps light up even when on low beam. This bike comes with a cast alloy swingarm to, of course, improve handling but it also lends a touch of sophistication to the design. The Upside Down front forks have a golden finish.

The posterior flaunts a ‘devil’s horn’ taillamp. The LED fixtures in the taillamp and the turn indicators lend a premium look to the new bike. The exhaust end-can comes from the BMW G310R. The adjustable clip-ons along with the raised rear seat further gives a racy touch to the bike’s visual appeal. We really can’t find a fault with the way this motorcycle looks. We are really happy the production version looks a lot like the Akula and the new Apache flagship is actually a really very attractive-looking motorcycle.

Watch this space for more on the RR 310. Also, what’s your take on the TVS Apache RR 310 price range? Do you think the new bike justifies its price tag?


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