TVS has used the image of a BMW S1000RR in a design film of the Apache RR 310.
You read it first on MotorBeam. TVS recently launched its flagship motorcycle, the Apache RR 310 and ever since its launch, the bike has been the most talked about vehicle in India. The company’s official website lists out six videos (on various aspects like design, power, aerodynamics, riding dynamics, the bike’s unveiling and lastly one on the overall product itself) on what went into the making of the Apache RR 310. Interestingly, MotorBeam reader Bharath V has found out that the video on the design of the Apache 310 uses an image of the BMW S1000RR.
The image of the S1000RR could have been photoshopped by TVS so that the bike resembles an Apache. However, the riding position of the rider in the image is very committed due to the low-set handlebars of the BMW S1000RR and the windshield too (the Apache 310 has a longer windshield) gives it away that TVS has indeed used the image of the S1000RR only.
The full-faired Apache takes the form a supersport but is quintessentially a sports tourer. The bike’s design bears resemblances to the Ducati Panigale.
The TVS Apache RR 310 is available for bookings at approximately 51 dealerships in across 40 cities in India with deliveries set to commence from the 25th of this month.
TVS Uses S1000RR Image
– TVS uses an image of the BMW S1000RR for Apache 310’s design film
– The video shows a slide with the image of the S1000RR but written as RR 310
– The Apache RR 310 uses a 312cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor with fuel-injection