Motor Company announced its flagship motorcycle TVS Apache RR 310 BTO has
attained 100% bookings. The first
product under TVS ‘Build To Order (BTO)’ platform has received tremendous
response from the customers and has achieved this milestone. The next slot for booking TVS Apache RR 310
BTO will commence from October 1, 2021.
TVS BTO platform empowers the customers to customise and personalise their
two-wheelers when making a purchase, which will be built directly at the
factory as per their requirement(s).TVS Apache RR 310 (BTO) customers can
select pre-set kits, graphic options, rim colour options, and personalised race
numbers. The kits, namely, Dynamic and Race, offer an array of features that
further accentuate performance and styling as per customers' usage and needs.
place an order on the TVS ‘Built To Order’ platform, customers can download the
TVS ARIVE app or visit the web configurator, which will allow them to configure
their motorcycle. Customers get to choose between performance kits, colour
options, and black or red alloy wheels for the Titanium Black colour. They also
get the opportunity to personalise their race machine with a unique race
number, available as a graphic on the visor.
addition to this, TVS Motor Company is offering a unique ‘Race Replica’ graphic
inspired by the TVS Racing OMC race machines. Customers can also track their
orders across various stages on the TVS ARIVE app or the web configurator. The
app can be downloaded on Google Playstore and Apple App Store for iOS.
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