TVS is all set to launch its new bike into the market on 6Th of july . The brand recently announced the tentative launch and said that the new vehicle would have the ability to lead to a new way of life. Its possible that the brand might launch its new cruiser that it already showcased in the 2018 AutoExpo, the bike was then seen with a new engine but now according to a new Media report the bike would be launched in the market with the Apache RTR engine. Although Cruisers motorcycles really hasn’t been the bike of choice for TVS as till now the manufacturer focused on sporty commuter bikes.
But recent teaser reveal from TVs also construed a certain taste of easy mobility while promising easy rides on gravel and beaches as well, we hence are bound to believe that TVs just might launch a new Version electric version of the Ntorq.
Engine Specifications for Zepplin
The bike would now be powered by the TVS Apache RTR 200 4v’s Engine . Apache’s 197.7 cc, air-cooled, fuel-injected, single-cylinder produces 20.82 PS of max power and 17.25 Nm of peak torque. However, Apache also comes with different riding modes. The power output mentioned above is in Sport mode. In Urban and Rain mode, the power is decreased to 17.32 PS and torque falls to 16.51 Nm. Having said that,is also possible that TVS might give it the Apache rr310 engine.
Could TVS Launch rr310 Sreet Fighter,
Other possibility till now was that of the brand to launch the naked version of the RR 310. The bike has been under development since 2020 and would use the same drive train as that of the bmw rr 310.the RR 310 is expected to feature its own inherent character, be it in terms of design or the way it performs. In fact, TVS has been steadily enhancing the TVS Apache RR 310, by offering segment firsts like fully adjustable suspension, introducing ride modes, Bluetooth connectivity, and more. Expect some of these features to make it to the street naked bike too. But the overall ideas construed in the Trailer push us to believe that it probably would not be a street fighter bike.