The 2021 TVS Apache RR 310 is expected to get an adjustable front suspension and revision to the engine and a remapped ECU as part of the upgrades. It’s also likely to command a marginal premium.
The 2021 TVS Apache RR 310 will be launched on August 30
It’s been a long wait but TVS Motor Company is all set to introduce the 2021 Apache RR 310 on August 30. The motorcycle was originally slated to arrive in April this year but was delayed due to the second wave. The latest update is expected to bring several improvements that will make the model all the more likeable than before. Do note, the TVS Apache RR 310 was heavily updated in 2020 and the 2021 edition promise tasteful additions to the motorcycle. The company though is yet to announce what those changes are. Thankfully, all will be revealed very soon.
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Speculations suggest that the 2021 TVS Apache RR 310 will get a revised suspension set-up. The model is expected to get pre-load adjustable USD front forks. The manufacturer already offers pre-load adjustability on the Apache RTR 200 4V, so extending the same on the TVS flagship feels like a natural extension. There’s also a possibility of TVS updating the engine to belt out more power than before.
The 313 cc single-cylinder engine could get more refinement as well as a remapped ECU. The motor presently makes 34 bhp at 9,700 rpm and 27.3 Nm of torque at 7,700 rpm. Power figures could be identical on the new version. The bike also gets features such as Bluetooth connectivity, ride-by-wire and four riding modes – Urban, Track, Sport and Rain. Expect improvements to the throttle response as well on the motorcycle.
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Visually, the 2021 TVS Apache RR 310 is expected to get new colour options or graphics. We do not expect major design changes though. The bike will continue to sport the twin projector headlamps, full fairing, split seats, and side-slung exhaust. The Apache RR 310 is presently priced at ₹ 2.55 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) and the MY2021 model could see a mild price hike over the predecessor. More details will be available be soon, so make sure to keep watching this space for all the action.
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