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TVS launched the all-new Apache RTR 310. Apache RTR is a perfect amalgamation of style, performance, and affordability for those who love to ride. Essentially a naked version of the fully-faired Apache RR 310, test mules of the RTR 310 have been spotted on several occasions in the recent past.

The TVS Apache lineup boasts a diverse range of bikes catering to different riding preferences, with the RR 310 being its flagship model, developed in association with BMW. Soon, riders will have even more options to choose from. TVS is all set to launch the much-awaited Apache 310 Street or Apache RTR 310.

TVS Apache RTR 310: Engine Specs

The RTR 310 rivals the Apache RR 310 and the BWM siblings – the G 310 R, G 310 RR, and the G 310 GS. TVS Apache RTR 310 is powered by a 312.12 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that produces 35.08 bhp of maximum power and 28.7 Nm of torque, and the gearbox is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.

TVS Apache RTR 310: Hardware

Regarding hardware, the RTR 310 will have premium instruments like disc brakes at both ends. Additionally upside-down front forks, rear mono-shock, adjustable brake clutch lever, and 17-inch front rear with dual-channel ABSalloy wheels.

TVS Apache RTR 310: Features

Being a flagship model, one of the standout features of the Apache 310 Street. Its new square-shaped TFT display is unlike the vertically oriented rectangular unit found on the RR 310.

The additional functions introduced indicate the possibility of a change based on TVS’s SmartXonnect connectivity suite. It includes navigation assistance, ride analytics, ride planning, and access to calls and SMS.

TVS Apache RTR 310: Price and Rivals

TVS will position the Apache RTR 310 just below the Apache RR 310 in the upper spectrum of its lineup. The ex-showroom price of the RTR 310 starts from Rs 2,42,990 to 2,63,990. The Apache RTR 310 competes with the KTM 390 Duke and BMW G310 R, Royal Enfield Hunter 350, Kawasaki Ninja 300, and Bajaj Dominar 400.

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