TVS Motor Company Teases New Upcoming 125 cc Motorcycle

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TVS has released several teaser videos of its upcoming 125 cc motorcycle

TVS Motor Company is getting to launch an all-new motorcycle, which will be introduced on September 16, 2021. TVS has released multiple teaser videos showing bits of the new motorcycle, including a LED headlight, with uniquely designed daytime running light (DRL), LED taillight, a split-seat design, and a full-digital instrument console. So far, it’s not clear about the segment or engine displacement of the bike, but it does have a sculpted design quite like the TVS Apache series, but the overall design and stance doesn’t look very sporty or aggressive.

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New 125 cc TVS motorcycle will be a premium-looking offering, with sharp bodywork, premium features

The new motorcycle will be unveiled on September 16, 2021 and that is when more details will be revealed, including the engine, platform and segment. TVS Motor Company has already confirmed a new 125 cc motorcycle, so this new product could be a premium 125 cc motorcycle. From what we can see from the teaser videos, the design of the motorcycle looks sporty and stylish, and looks more like a premium commuter motorcycle with sporty appeal. The overall stance though isn’t as aggressive or sporty as an Apache series motorcycle, so this new motorcycle is expected to be positioned slightly below the Apache series models.

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Towards the end of one of the video teasers, the letter R is clearly highlighted, so the name of the new motorcycle’s model name could well begin with the letter ‘R’. More details will be revealed on September 16, 2021, and we will of course be riding the new motorcycle as well, so stay tuned to carandbike for all the dope on the new motorcycle, as well as our first impressions.

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Source link NDTV.com

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