Celebrating 33 years in racing, producing hundreds of champions, TVS Racing unveiled a one-off racing scooter concept along with two race spec motorcycles at the Auto Expo today. The two race-spec concept motorcycles are TVX Apache X21, based on the recently launched Apache RTR 200 and TVS Akula 310, based on the BMW G310R. We had covered the two motorcycles in previous stories on Rushlane.
Speaking about the scooter concept, TVS says that the new TVS EnTorq 210 Concept not only visions their two wheleers in design, but also on technology.
TVS EnTorq 210 Concept is powered by a 212.5cc all aluminum, liquid cooled fuel injected engine mated to an Advanced Variomatic transmission gearbox. Top speed stands at 120 kmph while it has a fuel tank of 8.5 liter capacity.
Stylish in design which demonstrates clean accents and sharp lines, TVS EnTorq 210 Concept gets a new generation Platform Technology, large wheels fitted with radial tubeless tyres and Roto petal dual discs with ABS. New features include advanced LED lighting system, first in class intelligent smartphone integration with GPS navigation and online connectivity features via a smart TFT multi-function console.
TVS EnTorq 210 Concept also gets start/stop push button, long and broad floor-board encourages a forward feet position for rider, thus providing better riding dynamics. It also gets large under-seat lockable storage. TVS Racing has given the front an aerodynamic design, which reduces wind blast and consequently rider fatigue.
TVS has confirmed that this new platform will form the basis of their new gen scooters in the future.
Stay tuned to Rushlane as we cover the 2016 Auto Expo LIVE.