TVS Apache 310 SCR Concept Imagined in Aggressive Look


TVS Apache 310 SCR concept shares engine with BMW G310R; designed by Oberdan Bezzi

TVS Apache 310 derived from Akula 310 concept has been making headlines for quite some time and here we have a rendered image of the off-road focused version of the bike. It has been designed by Oberdan Bezzi and christened as the TVS Apache 310 SCR. The concept model has been imagined with a very aggressive stance.

The scrambler appearance of the TVS Apache 310 SCR catches attention at the very first glance. The rendered image shows, the bike gets a round headlamp with chrome bezel, and a raked front fender, which clearly indicates towards the off-roading character of the bike. Apart from that, it also comes with twin-pod instrument cluster likely to sport analog and digital combo display.

TVS Akula 310

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The fuel tank looks muscular and curvy and wears White and Blue paint grabbing attention easily. The impressive ground clearance and lower shield protecting the engine area are another design element emphasising on the TVS Apache 310 SCR concept’s tough character. The seat gets a split look, but the pillion seat is not very high sitting. This means the pillion rider won’t feel uncomfortable.

The rear of the bike comes with a sharp tail section. Expect the production model of the bike to get a sleek LED taillight. The rendered image shows the exhaust is positioned just under the seat and the off-road centric tyres wrapped around multi-spoke wheels simply enhance the bike’s boldness. The bike is not officially confirmed, but the image shows it with practicality.

TVS Akula 310 (Apache 300) India Launch 3

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The flagship TVS Apache shares engine with the BMW G310R. The 313 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine is paired with a 6-speed transmission and capable of churning out 34 bhp of peak power at 9,500 rpm and 28 Nm of peak torque at 7,500 rpm. The Apache 310 SCR could generate revised torque output. The rendered image reveals the TVS Apache 310 SCR concept wearing USD front forks and monoshock absorber.

Source: Motosketches