Previously, the TVS Apache RR310 was digitally imagined with paint scheme of a specific Italian motorcycle. However, when one of the owners decided to give his prized possession a makeover in real life, he opted to bring the RR310 closer to its German origins.
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This particular TVS Apache RR310 gets a BMW S1000RR inspired paint scheme and it looks quite stunning. Of course, the upgrade is limited to visuals and the Apache RR310 does NOT get the asymmetrical headlight, neither does it get the asymmetrical recesses for heat management on the fairing. Instead, it uses stickers to mimic the design from the German litre-class. The motorcycle gets a dual tone paint job, a BMW and RR310 moniker on the fairing and HP4 stickers on the frame. The transparent windscreen gets aftermarket sticker for a stealthy look, although it isn’t a practical upgrade as it’d block the view while crouching behind the wind deflector.
The changes are limited to visuals and the motorcycle continues to use the factory installed 312cc, liquid cooled, single cylinder engine that is capable of producing a maximum power output of 34 hp while the peak torque is rated at 28 Nm. Speeds of 0-60 kmph can be attained in 2.93 seconds while the 100 kmph mark comes up in 7.17 seconds.
Feature list continues to include the Bi-LED projector headlamps, LED DRLs, LED tail light, LED turn indicators, vertically inclined fully digital instrument cluster, Michelin Street Sport tyres and dual channel ABS.
Source: The Rider Tribe