The Apache RR310 is based on the BMW 310 and is the first product from the collaboration between TVS and BMW. Inspired by the deadliest predator, the shark, the Apache RR310 is conceptualised to have an aggressive and ready-to-attack silhouette.
TVS has taken 35 years of racing heritage and experience to create the ultimate motorcycle that will feel at ease both on the race track and for daily commutes. The bike is accommodating for riders of all sizes with the seating position comfortable yet sporty. With a seat height of just 810mm and a ground clearance of 180mm, the bike will be able to handle most road conditions in Nepal.
Improving the ride quality is the adjustable mono-shock honed and tuned by the experts from KYB to provide precise damping and superior flick-ability.
Powering the Apache RR310 is a 310cc reverse inclined DOHC engine borrowed from its BMW counterpart that delivers the best in class power to weight ratio. The bike makes 34 PS of power, with a claimed top speed of 160 kmph. Combined with 27.3 Nm of torque, you can forget about being gone in sixty seconds, it will only take seven seconds to launch from 0 to 100kmph.
Jagdamba Motors, the sole authorised distributor for TVS scooters and motorcycles is currently testing the all new TVS Apache RR310 on the streets of Kathmandu. The company has targeted a Dashain launch for the entry level sports bike.
Pricing has not been decided at the moment.