The TVS Apache RR 310 was supposed to be released in the first week of April 2021, according to TVS Motor Company. The launch, however, was postponed owing to the disastrous second COVID-19 wave. The business has sent out a media invitation for the debut of the new model on August 30 at Chennai’s Madras Motor Race Track (MMRT). At the MMRT, the firm will debut the new Apache RR 310.
The TVS Apache RR 310 is expected to undergo several improvements in 2021, which could improve the motorcycle’s overall riding quality. The specifics of the potential modifications have yet to be announced. The new motorbike is likely to include preload adjustment on the front USD forks, similar to what the updated Apache RTR 200 4V received. Riders who prefer to customise their suspension configuration to fit their riding comfort and style will like this upgrade. The span of the levers could be adjusted.
The engine of the 2021 TVS Apache RR 310 might receive another upgrade. The motorbike is powered by a reverse-inclined 313cc single-cylinder DOHC engine, which will most likely be modified to provide more power. This engine currently produces 34PS of power and 27.3Nm of torque.
There are four riding modes on the motorbike, and TVS may increase the electronic rider aids. The present engine mapping for the Urban and Rain riding modes is inaccurate. It doesn’t provide the motor with enough low-end torque, which is necessary for city commuting. The updated riding modes should help enhance the motorcycle’s overall fuel economy.
New tyres will be fitted on the new Apache RR 310. The government has issued a new law prohibiting all foreign-made tyre imports. The Michelin Road 5 tyres were used on the previous generation. The upgraded model will almost certainly come with TVS Eurogrip ProTorq Extreme tyres, which the firm has been testing for quite some time.