TVS Apache RR310 Race Edition
The launch of Apache RR310 last year attracted a lot of enthusiasts towards it. The BMW G310R based fully-faired bike looks very sharp and has some cutting-edge engineering. TVS will soon offer a race-spec version of the bike, which has been caught testing after the launch of the Apache RR310 quite a few times. Automotive blog, recently did a rendering showing how the bike may look like.
The race edition bike will get extra features like bi-LED headlamps, smartphone integrated instrument console, dual front discs and more performance oriented features. The bike is also expected to get better tyres with aggressive looks.
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TVS is also planning to launch a scooter to take on the performance models like Aprilia SR150, Honda Dio and the likes. The upcoming scooter has been spied in India and it will be based on the Graphite concept scooter that was showcased at the 2014 Auto Expo. The scooter is expected to get a top speed of more than 100 km/h. TVS may offer other advanced features like navigation, smartphone integration and a very detailed, comprehensive instrument console.
With the government’s aim to make India and electric vehicle nation by 2030, manufacturers have started focussing on electric powered products. TVS now plans to electrify the popular scooter – Jupiter. Details like motor power and battery capacity are not available as of now but expect TVS to showcase the scooter at the Auto Expo. The production version of the scooter is expected to be launched by mid of this year.
TVS Apache 160
TVS Apache RTR 160 has been spied testing in India with a new frame and features. The entry-level Apache is quite popular among the youngsters and TVS is doing subtle changes to keep the bike fresh in the market. The engine specifications are not expected to change. However visual changes are expected with the upgrade.
TVS Apache 180
The TVS Apache 180 was once a flagship bike of the company. It is known for its affordable performance. The bike has not been spied testing yet but the bike is expected to get updates