TVS Motor launches Apache RTR 160 racing edition at INR 1.28 lakh

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Equipped with advanced features, the latest edition aims to expand TVS Motor’s product portfolio.
New Delhi: TVS Motor Company introduced the TVS Apache 2024 RTR 160 Racing Edition on Wednesday, priced at INR 1.28 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The new motorcycle features an exclusive matte black color, red alloy wheels, three ride modes (sport, urban, and rain), a digital LCD cluster, and LED head and tail lamps.

Equipped with advanced features, the latest edition aims to expand TVS Motor’s product portfolio. The motorcycle is designed to reflect TVS Motor's racing heritage and engineering excellence.

"The TVS Apache series has consistently led the way in innovation, and bringing state-of-the-art technology to enthusiasts. With a robust community of 5.5 million TVS Apache riders worldwide, the launch underscores the company's dedication to delivering aspirational products that reflect TVS Motor's racing heritage and engineering excellence," stated Vimal Sumbly, company head, Business - Premium, in a press release.

"..the all-new 2024 TVS Apache RTR 160 Racing Edition is ready to set new standards in its segment, offering unmatched performance, advanced features and a unique race-inspired design," added Sumbly.

The TVS Apache 2024 RTR 160 Racing Edition is available for booking across the company's dealerships at an ex-showroom price of INR 1,28,720 in Delhi.

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