The 2022 TVS Apache RR310 launched at Rs 2.6 lakh ex-showroom
TVS have launched their 2022 flagship motorcycle in the form of the new Apache RR310 in India at Rs 2.6 lakh ex-showroom. TVS have already started bookings for the new Apache RR310.
While TVS currently offering the 2021 Apache RR310 in just a single variant, TVS have also launched a new Built To Order platform for 2022 under which the customer can customise their paint scheme as well as choose between a Race kit or a Dynamic kit. Both of these kits are street legal and can also be installed on the TVS's existing bikes.
Both ends of the Dynamic Kit have completely adjustable suspension. The KYB front fork has a 20-step compression and rebound damping range, as well as a 15mm preload range. The monoshock has a 20-step rebound damping and a 10-step preload adjustment at the back. Based on your preferences, you may fine-tune the suspension for touring, commuting, or track days. A brass-coated chain is also included in the package, which is said to be more robust and rust-resistant. No special tools are required to do all this as the Apache RR310 will come standard with a special wave key with an integrated in-hand adjuster for damping controls.
The Race Kit will pique your interest if track days is your kind of thing. The riding stance of a normal bike isn't as dedicated as that of a thoroughbred track machine. The bike's Race Kit features a new pair of clip-on handlebars that are 8 degrees lower and 5 degrees closer to the rider. The new, knurled footrests have been pushed forward by 30mm to go along with it! As a result, lean angles have increased by 4.5 degrees.
The architecture of the muffler has been changed by TVS, which is said to enhance lean angles while also producing a raspier sound. The redesigned exhaust system is included as standard equipment.
On its flagship supersport, TVS debuted the distinctive feature-packed 5.5-inch TFT display. This year, the bikemaker has managed to incorporate even more delights into the package. Documents like as the bike's RC card and licence may now be stored and viewed on the instrument cluster. A dynamic engine rev limit indicator, day travel metre, and overspeed indication have also been included by TVS.
You can now also customise your bike to get your very own personalised race number on the visor. You can also get the TVS Racing livery on the bike as well as choose between two different wheel colour options.
The reverse-inclined 313cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine maintains its 34PS and 27.3 Nm of torque. It even has the same Glide Through Traffic Plus technology and riding modes as the previous model. TVS, on the other hand, asserts that response has improved.
The shark-inspired look of the 2021 TVS Apache RR 310 hasn't been changed. It still has the bi-LED headlights and the omega-shaped LED taillight. Despite the fact that the bike has remained practically unaltered since its beginnings, it nevertheless appears extremely fresh.
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