A Chennai-based customiser has come up with a beautifully finished Apache RR310 mod in satin pearl white colour among other visual enhancements
The Apache RR310 was one of the highlighting launches from TVS Motor Company in recent times. The flagship motorcycle proved the brand’s knack of producing premium products. Developed in collaboration with BMW Motorrad, the RR310, based on the Akula concept is also a stunning looker.
The supersport is subjected to modifications in aplenty by the owners who wanted to make the most out of the stock design. We covered several examples previously and here’s a banger from Knight Auto Customizer. The Chennai-based company has recently released pictures of the modified Apache RR310 and here is what it is all about:
The Apache RR310 took its design inspiration from sharp and thus the name Akula came into existence in the first place for the concept. For some, the Akula name has still been hard to move on about apparently, as it is used in the beautifully styled mod. It can be found in the side fairing while BMW lettering is on the lower section.
The Scalpel hashtag is written on the side of the pillion seat. Firstly, the body finish is jaw-dropping as the satin pearl white colour brings out the best of the character lines in fairing and fuel tank. The alloy wheels are contrastingly red and there is interesting amount of black garnishes all around the machine especially in the bi-LED headlight assembly, windscreen, fenders and tank grippers.
The subtle carbon-fibre touches can be seen in the fender, ABS, instrument console, exhaust, and other areas. The black air ducts up front are painted in pearl white and the brake levers are replaced by adjustable units in red colour. The gold-finished USD forks are another standout visual addition that elevate the RR310’s appeal even further.
No performance changes appear to have been made, as the customised Apache RR310 continues to use the 312 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled fuel-injected reverse-inclined engine, which is good enough to produce 34 PS AT 9,700 rpm and 27.3 Nm peak torque at 7,700 rpm. It is connected to a six-speed transmission.