2021 TVS Apache RTR 160 4V with BT connectivity launched in Bangladesh
TVS Motor Company has launched the Apache RTR 160 4V in Bangladesh. The two-wheeler major from India had TVS Auto Bangladesh Ltd which is a joint venture between TVS & Sons and Rian Motors of Bangladesh that assembles and distributes products through its network of approximately 200 sales, service, and parts dealers. The 2021 TVS Apache RTR 160 4V series will be available in three colours namely, Racing Red, Metallic Blue and Knight Black.
Commenting on the launch, R. Dilip, Executive Vice President - International Business, TVS Motor Company said, "We are delighted to introduce the 2021 TVS Apache RTR 160 4V motorcycle with first-of-its-kind TVS SmartXonnect* two-wheeler connected cluster in Bangladesh. TVS Apache series recently crossed a milestone of over 4 million global customers, and we are grateful to our customers in the country. 2021 TVS Apache RTR 160 4V is a testament of our commitment towards delighting our global Apache customers with a true racing experience. The motorcycle also offers an array of premium features enabled by cutting edge technology and will transform performance biking for our racing enthusiast customers in Bangladesh."
Ekram Hussain, Managing Director - TVS Auto, Bangladesh, said, "In our long association with TVS Motor Company, TVS Apache series has emerged as a popular offering in Bangladesh. The launch of 2021 TVS Apache RTR 160 4V with first-of-its-kind features will strengthen the TVS Motor portfolio in the country. The motorcycle will be available across our 205 sales, service and spare outlets in Bangladesh.
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