Meet TVS Apache RSR 180, RS 180, RN 180 and SCR 180

Oberdan Bezzi, one of the very famous digital rendering artists, recently revealed four digitally-rendered concepts based on the 180cc TVS Apache RTR street motorcycle. The stock model of the motorcycle is waiting for an update for a long time and if TVS considers breaking down the segment into a specific utility purpose, these concepts could be the best possible outputs from the design team.

Keeping the body panels the same in most designs, Oberdan Bezzi has imagined the 180cc TVS Apache RTR as fully-faired, semi-faired, naked, and off-road friendly machines in his renderings.

RTR 180 Concept
TVS Apache RSR 180
RTR 180 Concept
TVS Apache RS 180

The fully-faired version is known as RSR 180 and features a dual headlight design, uniform side fairing, sporty short exhaust, sharp rear end, and dual disc brakes. The Apache RS 180 concept loses the fully-faired body and replaces the same with a semi-fairing design.

Apart from the fully-faired and semi-faired concepts, Oberdan Bezzi has imagined the 180cc TVS Apache motorcycle as RN 180, carrying a naked body with a small front fairing and minor tank scoops. Everything else remains the same as the other two concepts.

RTR 180 Concept
TVS Apache RN 180
RTR 180 Concept
TVS Apache SCR 180

The fourth concept, known as TVS Apache SCR 180, is quite different as it is based on an off-road friendly frame, fitted with spoke wheels and dual-purpose tyres. The clearance under the body is more while the seat is straight and seems to be the most comfortable one out of all RTR 180 concepts by Oberdan Bezzi. One can also spot a typical round headlight on the Apache SCR 180.

All the concepts are equipped with USD (Upside Down) front forks and a rear monoshock, making them exactly the opposite in comparison to the suspension components on the stock model of the TVS Apache RTR 180. The current-generation BS6-compliant model of the RTR 180 comes with a single-channel ABS as standard and the stock model is available for INR 1,18,690 (ex-showroom).

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