TVS is open to the prospect of a twin cylinder bike, however, no immediate plans for now.

TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Black Side
While the company is focused on the Apache 310, there is still no news on the launch of the ABS variant of the Apache 200

Being done with the launch of the Apache RR 310 in the Indian market, TVS is now focused on the quality of the delivery of the bike and is sorting out the after-sales service as well. The company intends to offer a really fantastic ownership experience, not just in terms of riding but also in terms of experience through the several racing and rider training programmes. That said, post the launch of its most expensive motorcycle, there could be a question in everyone’s minds regarding what bigger bikes from TVS can be expected in the future?

Well, the JV with BMW gives TVS the access to develop bikes jointly up to 500cc but currently, BMW does not have an engine ready between 300-500cc displacement. The company officials revealed that while a motorcycle with a twin cylinder engine is as of now, not their priority, the automaker will look at that spectrum of the market if there is a need.

The automaker is ready to do whatever is required to be a global manufacturer, provided there is such a requirement in the markets they operate. Nonetheless, the Hosur-based bike maker is open to the idea of having a twin cylinder bike in its portfolio that will take forward TVS Racing’s legacy.

In terms of the segments, TVS is focused on the sport bike segment. While it realises there is still a long way to go when it comes to racing, the automaker seriously intends to be a benchmark and wants to take racing to the next level.

TVS Twin Cylinder Bike

– If the market demands, TVS will develop a twin cylinder bike
– Development of the twin cylinder bike will be done after necessary evaluation
– TVS teamed up with BMW to develop the Apache RR 310’s mechanicals

TVS Apache RR 310
The automaker also confirms there will not be a TVS version of the G310 GS as the market for adventure bikes is still nascent