TVS Motors has been making some remarkable bikes in its foray froma period of time, they have always initiated its buyers on the front of racing. Timely their strategy
has been to promote racing in India that when they came up with ideas of bringing in the Racing DNA in their premier bike the Apache RTR – which has been selling pretty decently in the market. The Apached is a pretty decent performing bike acting both as a daily commuter as well as a racing sports bike.
The Apaches has been outgrowing with various changes year on year makeing the Apache more sportier from its predecessor.
At the time when the first Apache was launched way back in somewhere around 2004-2005 and initially when the Apache was launched, it came in with a 150cc engine which after a period of time was upgraded to a 160 cc motor coming in next was the 180cc version of the bike adding in more power to the bike which unleashead the Racing DNA for Apache bikes.
The next big upgrade for the Apache is round the corner we earlier reoprted that Tvs may upgared the Apache to a 220 cc version – read more details about it here TVS Apache 220 CC for India.
There have been a lot of news airing on the internet about the New Apache in the past few months. There are rumours that the Apache will get an engine upgrade with a 200cc – 250cc engine. It was also expected that TVS Motors will announce the launch of Velocity model in India. But now, it seems that the South Indian based company which is the third largest player in the nation is seriously considering the ideas of either upgrading the bike or going for a facelift.
The upcoming next breed of the APache is exxpected to be really good in terms of looks & styling, so what might have from TVS is another sports segment Apache with full fairing looks similar to that of the Honda CBR 250 Kawasaki Ninja 250. However, for the time being the launch date for the bike has not been made but we assume that TVS will unveil the bike in a month as far as pricing is concerned we feel that TVS will price it competitive to the CBR 250