The Apache RR 310 will soon be available in two colours — blue and red — and will likely be available in one variant only. The all-new trellis frame will probably be colour-matched to the bodywork, a first for a motorcycle at this price point. The motorcycle will also receive a subtle RR 310 decal together with the Apache branding in its trademark ribbon on the fairing. Both the blue and red bikes will be devoid of excessive graphics, which will appeal to many buyers.
Interestingly, the Apache RR 310 has been extensively tested for aerodynamics and the windscreen and fairing design are indicative of this. That said, the riding position will be focused but not overtly aggressive, and TVS aims to provide a completely involving handling package while still providing comfortable riding ergonomics (like the Ducati SuperSport, for instance). The RR 310 features fairly upright clip-on handlebars, rear-set footpegs and is also equipped with a USD fork, finished in a golden colour, as well as a monoshock. The bike will probably be equipped with 17-inch, five-spoke alloy wheels (finished in black) as standard.
No mechanical details are known at this point but for the fact that the RR 310 will get the same 313cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder motor from the BMW G 310 R. While the peak power and torque outputs for your BMW stand at 34hp and 28Nm, respectively, there is a chance that the engine will probably be tuned differently for the TVS. We do believe that a lot of the underpinnings will be shared with all the BMW, although the Apache RR 310 could be priced competitively keeping in mind its rivals, the KTM 250/390 Duke and additionally the RC 390. We also realize that the RR 310 will possess a rich feature set with a number of segment-firsts.