The Draken – X21 is based on the Apache RTR and points to what one can expect from the next generation of Apache RTR in terms of styling. Going by the design of the Draken – X21, the company maintains that the concept is about thematic evolution, maintaining a progressive link to the established Apache RTR’s design language.
The bike is a edgy naked with an exposed trellis frame. What stands it apart from the crowd is the offset monoshock rear suspension that’s sprung off an interesting looking swingarm. There’s a muscular pair of upside down forks up front. The Draken gets extreme wave disc brake rotors both in the front and at the rear while ABS is part of the package.
The engine is a short stroke liquid-cooled 250cc single that has been engineered using inputs from TVS’ racing experience. The exhaust ends just below the engine, keeping the minimal but muscular design theme in mind. The dials are all digital. The bike has a 120 section rubber up front and a fat 160 section at the rear.