TVS had revealed that a BS-VI version of their flagship motorcycle, the Apache RR 310 is on the works. Now the Apache RR 310 BS-VI is set for an official release on January 25. Recently, the BS-VI compliant Apache RR 310 was spotted undergoing testing.
It will be carrying a few changes compared to the current model of the motorcycle. One of these changes will be a new digital central console having access to Bluetooth connectivity. TVS will offer new dual-tone colour schemes on the Apache RR 310 BS-VI.
The Apache RR 310 comes with a fuel-injected engine, which can be converted into a BS-VI compliant one without much heist. At the engine front, the Apache RR 310 is powered by a 312cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke motor. This motor produces 34 BHP of power and 27 Nm of torque.
There is some talk about the BS-VI motor having a change in performance figures compared to the one offered now. We will get to know the performance figures once the motorcycle is launched in its BS-VI form. At present, the Apache RR 310 is priced at Rs.2.3 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai).
We can expect the BS-VI version of the motorcycle to cost a tad more than the current one. When launched, the Apache RR 310 BS-VI will compete against the Yamaha YZF-R3 and the KTM RC 390. While the former has been upgraded to the norms, the latter is set to be launched in BS-VI form soon.
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