Meet Pearl White TVS Sports Bike – Based on Apache RR 310

TVS Akula 310 turned into the Apache RR production motorcycle for the Indian buyers in December 2017. Still, the popularity of the Akula moniker and shark-inspired design lines of the motorcycle helped Knight Auto Customizer pick this name for their brilliantly-finished Apache RR 310.

The modified RR 310 you see here features a satin pearl white body finish with gloss flash red alloy wheels. Not just that, some of the body parts have also been finished in carbon-fibre texture. Notable differences can be spotted on the exhaust, console section and headlight area.

TVS Akula 310-Inspired Apache RR 310 Sportbike
TVS Akula 310-Inspired Apache RR 310 Sportbike

The exhaust of the motorcycle now flaunts a black base shade with a carbon fibre finish on the chrome parts. The front section of the stock model of the Apache RR 310 features black air ducts while this custom-made TVS Akula 310 flaunts the same satin pearl white finish for a premium look. The visor has also been wrapped in the black shade while brake and clutch levers have been replaced with adjustable, red-finished levers for precise adjustments.

The fuel tank of the bike is equipped with knee grips and a tank pad for additional functionality and styling. Knight Auto Customizer has used the shark-inspired Akula moniker on the side fairing and BMW Motorrad moniker on the lower edge. The golden upside-down front forks, red alloy wheels, and the additional stripe running through the body make this modified Apache RR 310 look exceptionally sporty.

TVS Akula 310-Inspired Apache RR 310 Sportbike
TVS Akula 310-Inspired Apache RR 310 Sportbike

Powering the Apache RR 310 is a 312cc, single-cylinder engine capable of churning out a maximum power of 34 HP at 9700 rpm and an utmost torque of 27.3 Nm @ 7700 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The sportbike is now available with a race-tuned slipper clutch in the Indian market. At present, the BS6 model of the RR 310 is priced at INR 2,59,990 (ex-showroom). For further inquiries and pricing details you can contact:

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Knight Auto Customizer

  • Address: 5th Cross Street, 5th street, 3/6, Rajamannar Salai, Vijayaraghavapuram, KK Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu – 600093
  • Email: [email protected]
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TVS Akula 310-Inspired Apache RR 310

3 Comments

  1. Ananda Mourougane says

    Yes, that’s some fine work…
    I’m proud of my bike (which happens to be the one mentioned above and NO consent of mine was asked before posting this article and it’s contents).
    I’m completely ok with all that is said above (except that many of the design inputs and outsourced parts were mine and not just of the said Knight Auto but that’s just fine. A bike cannot be completed by just the wrap as it will need soul)
    My honest review is:
    1. They did a fantastic job in wrap and made sure every part is picture perfect.
    2. The carbon pieces made were not all perfect as the ones done over metal were not primmed properly and came off while peeling off a sticker which was stuck on it. And I had to fix it in another shop.
    3. There were some other misses while putting the bike back together and costed me dearly to fix them in the service centre.
    4. The most important thing missed here was the time taken for the entire thing… A whopping 6 MONTHS! Definitely Don’t want to comment on that.
    5. And the entire package of all the parts/ paints and accessories would cost a little more than 50K if this was to be made now.

    My verdict:
    I would have given them a proper 5 star rating but too many missed stuffs, a six month wait and a proper wrap would only make me give a 3 by a far stretch.
    Not everyone is perfect but finally when my machine was delivered to me, they made a proper work of it.
    That day, my machine was given back to me as a whole new monstrosity.

  2. ManFromEarth says

    @Ananda, I saw your bike at Logesh TVS where you probably gave it for service or installation of slipper clutch. I have to say man, my first reaction was that the owner had donesome fine work with the machine. Congrats, that is one hell of a beauty.

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