TVS’ flagship sportbike, the Apache RR 310 now available

Back in July, BMW Motorrad India announced that they are already taking orders for the 2023 G 310 RR sportbike, which will be available in dealerships late this year.

While there is no doubt that the new G 310 RR, dubbed as the BMW S 1000 RR’s little brother, is a nice entry-level sportbike, the sub-400cc expressway rule here in the country made selling these bikes a real challenge for BMW Motorrad Philippines. In fact, during one of our casual talks with BMW executives present during BMW Motorrad Pampanga’s sneak preview a few weeks back, they admitted that they have no plans on bringing in the G 310 RR as of the moment.

TVS Apache RR 310 in the PH, SRP PHP230K image

What’s the next best thing to BMW’s G 310 RR? The answer is the TVS Apache RR 310.

BMW R 310 RR = Apache RR 310

It’s no secret that BMW Motorrad entered into a partnership with TVS to develop and manufacture the German company’s entry-level motorcycles, like the G 310 R and the G 310 GS.

TVS Apache RR 310 in the PH, SRP PHP230K image

Like the two models mentioned above, the G 310 RR shares the same engine, chassis, and most of its components with the Apache RR 310. Powering the Apache RR 310 is a 313cc, backward-tilted cylinder engine that churns out 34 Ps and is mated to a six-speed gearbox.

According to TVS, the Apache RR 310's aerodynamic body was achieved using “extensive designing and testing in a state-of-the-art wind tunnel” which then yielded a best-in-class coefficient of drag to achieve maximum downforce, minimum wind blast, and greater top speed.

TVS Apache RR 310 in the PH, SRP PHP230K image

Other features include an upright TFT screen that resembles a smartphone, riding modes, turn-by-turn navigation connectivity via Bluetooth, bi-LED and twin projector headlights, LED tail lights, ride-by-wire, dual channel ABS, and slipper clutch.


The Apache RR 310 is now available at Wheeltek and TVS dealerships with an SRP of PHP 230,000.