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TVS Apache RTR 200 F full fairing rendered

TVS Apache 200F

The basic design of the new Apache forms a strong base for a variety of tasteful mod-jobs.

Please don’t keep your hopes up. TVS has NO plans whatsoever to come up with a fully faired version of the newly launched TVS Apache RTR 200. This rendering, of what we call it as TVS Apache 200 F, has been created only to give the fans and prospective customers a basic idea on how a fully faired Apache would look like, in case they have modifications in mind.

Designed by Pratyush Rout exclusively for Rushlane, the rendering retains the naked Apache RTR 200’s design as it is, save for the headlamp. The artist has attempted to carry forward the styling essence to the sharply styled full fairing. The headlamp shape has grown edgier but the signature LED daytime running lights have been retained.

Below are the images of the renders, in Matte Red and Matte Yellow colour.

As you can see, the Apache RTR 200 is a modifier’s delight. Without fiddling much with its original design, it can be made to embrace a wide variety of full fairing designs. The trickiest job for a custom bike builder would be to match the original body work’s high quality matte finish.

The TVS Apache RTR 200 naked street fighter has a starting price of INR 88,990 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The compact sportsbike will be available across the country by the end of Feb 2016 in several variants. Both carbureted and fuel-injected versions of the engine are on offer in addition to optional dual-channel ABS and Pirelli tyres.

Also read – TVS Apache RTR 200 review

How do you like the fully faired TVS Apache RTR 200 rendering? Kindly share your thoughts and opinions with us through the comment section below.

TVS Apache 200 – Photos

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Nithyanandh Karuppaswamy

Winner of national level automotive quiz competitions, Nithyanandh aka Nithz jumped into the blogosphere right after gaining a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Love for automobiles and an even greater drive to share his knowledge with the automotive community, Nithz is Deputy Editor at RushLane.

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