The TVS iQube joined our fleet of long-term vehicles so I got the opportunity to ride it and use it for my daily commute.[Read more…]
TVS Apache RTR 160 4V Special Edition has been launched at Rs 1.30 lakh. It now features a new Pearl White paint scheme in addition to the already existing colour options along with a few other cosmetic changes and a ‘Bullpup’ exhaust.[Read more…]
Ola Electric have clocked a sales of 20,000 units in the month of October according to the Vahan vehicle registration portal. And it happens to be the highest number of units dispatched by any EV OEM in the country. The company struck its lowest sales in June 2022 at 3426 units.[Read more…]
The fourth edition of Brunch & Biking by TVS Eurogrip, India’s leading tyre brand for two and three wheelers, opened in Pune on October 16, 2022. More than 220 motorcycling enthusiasts from Pune and surrounding cities participated in the one-and-a-half-hour ride from Bhugaon to Lavasa.[Read more…]
TVS Raider Connected Variant launched for Rs 99,990 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and it makes way for a new 5-inch TFT display for the digital LCD display on the standard variant. There is a voice assist feature as well.
TVS Raider Connected Variant now comes with a TFT display making provisions for Bluetooth tethering of the phone to the vehicle, one can receive notification alerts, weather forecast and turn-by-turn navigation as well. An interesting feature is how the bike navigates to the closest petrol pump automatically when there is a low fuel warning. Savvy!
With the addition of voice recognition, the rider can now control multiple functions just by asking the bike to do so, it includes using navigation, engaging music and adjusting brightness to name a few.
The bike still houses the same 124.8 cc, air and oil-cooled single cylinder engine mated to a five sped gearbox that puts out 11.4 hp at 7,500 rpm and 11.2 Nm of torque at 6,000 rpm. The two riding modes: Eco and Power alter the acceleration as the name respectively indicates. A standard telescopic unit at the front and a monoshock at the rear takes care of suspension duties and the bike runs on 17-inch alloy wheels. Braking is done by a combi-braking system that has a petal disc at the front and a drum unit at the rear. The company claims a 0-60 km/h in 5.9 seconds and the top speed is rated at 99 km/h.
The new connected variant only comes with alloy wheels and goes up against the likes of Hero Glamour XTEC. The Connected Variant is the most affordable bike with a TF display and it comes with two colour options: black and yellow. The current price tag is introductory, chances are that it may hike up in the future. The drum and disc brake variants are priced at Rs 85,973 and Rs 93,489, respectively.
TVS Motor Company today announced the launch of the new TVS Jupiter Classic. This is a celebratory edition as the scooter has reached the “Fastest Five Million Vehicles On Road” milestone.[Read more…]
The updated TVS Apache RTR 160 and 180 get more power, ride modes, and Bluetooth connectivity in their 2022 avatar. Here is all you need to know about these models.[Read more…]
The TVS Ronin is on a mission to create a segment of its own. We got to ride the motorcycle recently on a rainy day in Goa to bring you our first impression
Story: Azaman Chothia
Photography: Apurva Ambep
TVS Racing have completed rider selection for their first-ever TVS Asia One Make Championship.[Read more…]
TVS combine race-derived performance with the exclusivity that comes with a limited number.[Read more…]