TVS Apache RR 310 spec sheet leaked! 0-60 kmph in under 3 seconds, ABS, lap timer among numerous new features

If the leaked spec-sheet is to be believed, the upcoming TVS Apache RR 310 will come with a lot of segment-first interesting features. Price expected to be close to Rs 1.8 lakh (ex-showroom).

By: | Updated: December 4, 2017 1:56 PM

With just two days remaining for the official launch, enthusiasts across the country are desperately waiting for the TVS Apache RR 310. The spec sheet of this motorcycle has just been leaked on the web and if it is to be believed, the bike packs in a lot of interesting and first-in-class features. To start off with, the TVS Apache RR 310 will come with a reverse inclined engine as against the usual front biased engine configuration. As per the leak, the 313cc motor will produce out a maximum power output of 34.2 hp and the liquid-cooled engine will further come assisted to an OWHE (oil-water heat exchanger) to manage the engine heat in an effective way. With this set-up, the motorcycle is believed to sprint from a standstill to 60 kmph in 2.93 seconds and the most powerful Apache till date will have a top speed of 165 kmph as per the sheet. The instrument cluster of TVS Apache RR 310 will pack in a lot of race-inspired features like a lap timer, top speed recorder, average fuel economy, instantaneous fuel economy, gear shift light and the fuel range count.

Besides these, the TVS Apache RR 310 will also be bestowed with dual LED projector headlamps and both units stay ON even in the low beam. The bike will also feature hazard lamps that can be made to blink even after the key is removed. Another interesting highlight will be the side stand alarm that will not allow for the 1st gear to be engaged, when put down. The Apache RR 310 will come equipped with front and rear disc brakes that get the safety net of an ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System). The equipment is further linked to an RLP (Rear wheel lift-up protection) feature to deliver additional safety just like its younger sibling, the Apache RTR 200 4V.

Also Read: TVS Apache RR 310 to have a top speed of over 160 kmph: Bajaj Dominar fails to catch it in this video

The spec sheet also makes us believe that the motorcycle will come with a highly accurate 72 point fuel gauge. Built on a steel trellis frame, the TVS Apache RR 310 will be assisted with Kayaba inverted forks up front while the rear will be taken care of by a Kayaba monoshock. The motorcycle will have a minimum ground clearance of 180mm. The TVS Apache RR 310 will be launched in a total of two colours of red and black and will likely come with a price tag of close to Rs 1.8 lakh (ex-showroom).

Also Read: TVS Apache RR 310 official teaser video and website go live: Launching in India on 6 December

Express Drives does not take any responsibility or claims that the leaked spec sheet will turn out to be completely factual. However, by the looks of it, one can safely assume that the upcoming TVS flagship will have most of the features that are mentioned above. Keep watching this space as we will bring LIVE updates from the launch event that is scheduled for December 6.

Specs image source: Nikhil Netha

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