The customisation will enable four key revisions over the base model at additional costs. Bookings have commenced online, and the customisation can be done through an online configurator (or TVS Arrive App).
Part of the performance kit will include adjustable suspensions. The front forks offer 20-step rebound and compression, and 15-step pre-load adjustment. The rear monoshock is 20-step adjustable for rebound and 10-step for pre-load.
The BTO also allows a race kit, which offers revised ergonomics. The footpeg is lifted by 30 mm and clip-on handlebars are dropped by up to 8 degrees. TVS claims these changes have increased the banking angle by 4.5 degrees. The race kit also includes a special muffler, which is raised for a higher lean angle and has a revised geometry.
Part of the race replica graphics pack includes racing livery and personalised number on the visor. Red alloys can be chosen at a premium of Rs 1,500.
Features like the dynamic range rev limit indicator have been added to the digital infotainment cluster.
TVS Apache RR 310 gets a reverse-inclined 313-cc engine mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The engine produces a max output of 34 PS and 27.3 Nm. It’s the only motorcycle in its class to offer ride modes. In city and rain, the output is cut down to 25.8 PS and 28 Nm. The engine is carried forward from the BS6 update.
Meghashyam Dighole, Head – (Marketing) Premium Motorcycles, TVS Motor Company, said, “We are delighted to announce the launch of the new business vertical, the TVS ‘Built To Order’ (BTO), our first factory Customise-Personalise platform. Each customer has a unique riding style and expression. This platform empowers our customers to customise and personalise their machines as per their requirements.