TVS Motor Firm is all set to current its new bike tomorrow.
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TVS Motor Firm is now gearing up for its newest launch in India on September 16, 2021. The corporate is but to disclose the identify of the bike, however a number of sources have claimed that it could possibly be named Fiero 125, Raider or Retron.
The Indian producer launched 4 teaser movies forward of the launch, elevating the joy of the followers. The bike seems to be a 125cc bike that can slot above the Radeon within the model’s home lineup. Regardless of the scarce data on its identify, the producer has emphasised the R-word, thus we will eradicate ‘firo’ from the record. The bike is more likely to be a rival to the Bajaj Pulsar 125 and the brand new Hero Glamor Xtec. Thus far, ‘Raider’ appears to be the strongest hyperlink right here.
TVS doesn’t have any 125cc bikes in India however the firm has determined to make use of this initiative. With the rise within the costs of bikes, many have opted for extra inexpensive and fuel-efficient bikes like 125cc bikes.
The brand new bike could have a completely digital instrument panel. The headlamp cluster comes with a novel design with LED setup with LED DRLs. The taillamp can be an LED unit. Though the flip indicators seem like halogen-based.
Different particulars embody a large handlebar arrange with a central clamp engraved with the TVS wording. We will see that the bottom of the bike is available in a vibrant coloration with shiny black gasoline tank extensions. It additionally will get the 3D TVS Prancing Horse emblem and grey panels, single-piece seize rail, fi stickering, break up seats and sculpted aspect panels and gasoline tank. TVS has additionally geared up the bike with a single-channel ABS system, alloy wheels and a keyhole on the rear.
The ‘TVS Raider 125’ might be powered by a 125 cc fuel-injected single-cylinder engine that’s able to producing round 11-12 PS of most energy and presumably 11 Nm of peak torque. It’s mated to a five-speed transmission.