The Indonesian online magazine, Otomotifnet.com spoke to Corporate Communication of PT TVS Motor Company Indonesia, Mr. Aditya Putra, who revealed that the launch for Indonesia is scheduled within the next three months in between April and July-2017.
If reports are believed, TVS Motors will surely launch the Akula 310 in the Indian market before its Indonesia debut, probably anytime before April-2017. In November-2016, TVS Motor’s CFO also confirmed that the Akula 310 will be introduced in the Indian market in between February to March-2017. Also there are reports that points-out price below the Rs 2 lakh mark.
The most powerful TVS motorcycle to be launched till date, will be labelled as ‘RTR 300’. BMW Motorrad, CEO, Stephan Schaller has stated that the engineering of this new range of motorcycles has been 100% done by BMW. This means, the Aluka 310 will have BMW engineering at its core. The Akula 310 is the third product to be based on this platform, apart from BMW – G310R and G310GS.
The production-spec Akula 310 unlike the concept displayed at the 2016 Auto Expo, will feature a conventional fairing done up in either fiberglass or ABS plastic, sporting a conventional paintjob, probably in a matte finish. Other features include a twin LED projector lamps, dual channel ABS, Pirelli tyres, split seats, stubby silencer, USD front fork, mono shock rear, digital instrument console and devil horn-shaped LED taillamp.
The Akula 310 will source power from the same motor as seen on the TVS-BMW G310R. It will be the a 313 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, which is mated to a 6-speed transmission. Claimed a maximum power of 34 PS at 9,500 rpm and 28 Nm of peak torque at 7,500 rpm. Apart for the engine, a few other elements such as the brakes, suspension setup and the frame will also be borrowed from the BMW G310R and BMW G310GS.
Looking at the shocking price of Bajaj Dominar 400 in the Indian market, it remains to be seen how TVS positions its flagship model!
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Source: Otomotifnet, Powerdrift & MaxAbout