2021 TVS Apache RR 310 Launch Delayed
What improvements can TVS make to this already well-rounded motorcycle?
TVS has formed a tradition of updating its Apache RR 310 each year. 2021 seems to be no different, with the Hosur manufacturer gearing up to launch its updated flagship. It was supposed to break cover on April 7. However, due to the rise in COVID-19 cases across the country, TVS has had to postpone the launch event to later this month. The RR is already a pretty feature-rich and well-rounded bike, so what improvements can TVS make?
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Well, we expect the addition of things like adjustable levers and a preload-adjustable front fork. After all, it would be odd if the smaller, cheaper RTR 200 4V had these features and the flagship Apache missed out on them, wouldn’t it? Aside from this, there’s not much that TVS can do, but we hope it manages to find an extra pony or two from the engine and improve the brake feel on the RR 310. So stay tuned...