New spy images have recently emerged, offering a glimpse of the long-anticipated naked version of the TVS Apache RR 310, suggesting that its launch may be imminent. The latest pictures showcase the bike in what appears to be its final production form, revealing notable design changes, including an aggressive and angular tail with a resemblance to the KTM 1290 Super Duke subframe.
The most eye-catching modification is the tall and angular tail design, which sets it apart from the original Apache RR 310. The inclusion of a large hugger, incorporating the indicators, contributes to the clean and fender-free rear look. The exhaust remains unchanged and retains its resemblance to the one on the Apache RR 310.
Front and Side Angles
Although only limited views of the front and side angles are available, it is evident that the bike features a substantial fuel tank with prominent extensions. The radiator will likely be equipped with shrouds along the sides. Premium-looking mirrors and a distinct digital instrument console, different from the vertical unit in the Apache RR 310, are noticeable. The single photo of the front indicates the presence of powerful dual LED headlights.
The spy images suggest that the powertrain is likely to be similar to the current Apache RR 310, which has been in the market for nearly six years. It will probably house a liquid-cooled 312cc single-cylinder engine producing 34hp and 27.3Nm, consistent with the RR 310’s specifications.
Name and Launch
The name of the naked version remains uncertain, but TVS recently trademarked the Apache RTX name, leading to speculations that it could be named the TVS Apache RTX 310. TVS test bikes typically make their road appearances close to launch, hinting at a potential official debut during the festive season.
The spy images of the naked TVS Apache RR 310 have generated excitement among motorcycle enthusiasts. With its bold design changes and possible similarity in performance to the original RR 310, this upcoming model holds promise. As the industry anticipates its official unveiling, the pricing strategy of TVS will be closely watched, especially in light of Bajaj’s recent surprise with the competitively priced Triumph Speed 400. Share your thoughts and expectations for the naked Apache RR 310 in the comments section below.