TVS is all set to launch the updated Apache RR 310 on August 30, 2021.
Launch was delayed due to COVID-19
Could get a new headlight
Updated colour schemes expected
The updated RR 310 was expected to be revealed in April but was delayed due to the second wave of COVID-19. Now, the bike is all set to make its debut in a few days.
After its launch in 2017, the first evolution of the fully-faired TVS came in 2019, with the addition of a slip/assist clutch and a new paint scheme. Then, in January 2020, TVS unveiled the BS6 Apache RR 310, and this came with quite significant upgrades including a TFT display, riding modes, further improvements to refinement, Michelin Road 5 tyres and fresh paint schemes.
The media invite for an updated 2021 model doesn’t reveal much, but the teaser image suggests that the bike could get a revised headlight design. TVS also recently added adjustability to the fork of the RTR 200 4V, and it wouldn’t be far-fetched to expect something similar on this bike. We also expect the updated model to get new colour schemes.