The TVS Akula 310 is the next highly expected launch from TVS Motor Company, and the company has finally affirmed that it will be displaying the sports bike in the last quarter of the financial year.
It is expected that the Akula 310 will be opened to all sometime around March 2017 at a scope of under Rs.2 lakh.
In a recent conversation with TVS Motor's CFO, SG Murali, he quoted," We will launch the first product (from the TVS-BMW tie-up) by February or March 2017".
The TVS Akula is liable to use the 'Apache RTR 300' moniker upon launch, and it will be the company's offerings.
It will be the second item to rise up out of the TVS-BMW association - first being the BMW G 310 R - and will likewise impart its underpinnings to the last utilizing a similar engine and frame.
The power yield and conveyance is relied upon to be changed on the leader TVS with the model being somewhat more forceful, not at all like the visiting amicable G 310 R.
The Akula 310 is required to be a more track centered offering, like the KTM RC 200. This implies that the full faired wear bike will be more aggressive as far as valuing, because of being privately fabricated at the organization's Hosur office.
Along these lines, anticipate that the model will cost in the range of Rs 1.75-1.90 lakh.
Concerning outline, we do expect most components from the idea making it to the generation version. Curiously, Akula means shark in Russian and that is apparent in the styling of the bike. Be that as it may, hope to see the smaller casing, split seats, twin headlamps, cut on handlebars, elite tires, petals circles, double channel ABS and considerably more.
While the Akula 310 will be at long last making it to showrooms before the end of this monetary, BMW Motorrad will start operations right on time one year from now and is relied upon to present the G 310 R in the primary quarter of FY2018.
Regardless of close dispatch courses of events, both models will target diverse gatherings of people at various value focuses, which make them similarly fascinating bikes to anticipate.