TVS Apache RTR 310 Spied
The new motorcycle looks quite different from the rear

TVS Apache RTR 310 spotted, expected to launch this festive season

TVS Apache RTR 310 spotted, reveals new styling details of the rear profile. It gets a distinct rear end design, setting it apart from the faired RR 310.

The most striking detail of the new TVS Apache RTR 310 is its aggressive tail section which looks quite sharp. It integrates of a large hugger that also houses the indicators, eliminating the need for a separate fender. However, the exhaust retains the similar look found on the Apache RR 310.

While limited details are visible in the spy shots, it’s evident that the bike will feature a sizeable fuel tank with substantial extensions. The digital instrument console looks different from the vertical unit found in the Apache RR 310. While the front image is blurry, it hints at the inclusion of dual LED headlights.

Considering the resemblance of the exhaust to the Apache RR 310, it is likely that the powertrain will remain similar. The TVS Apache RTR 310 is expected to be powered by the same liquid-cooled 312cc single-cylinder engine producing 34 HP and 27.3 Nm of torque.

The official name of the naked version is yet to be confirmed. While it is currently referred to as the TVS Apache RTR 310, there are speculations that it could be named the TVS Apache RTX 310, based on recent trademark filings by the company.

We expect the Indian two-wheeler maker to launch the new motorcycle by this festive season. What are your thoughts about the styling based on these spy shots?

TVS Apache RTR 310 Spotted
Gets dual LED headlamps