TVS Motor Company has
announced that their 125cc scooter offering TVS NTorq 125 has crossed the 1
lakh sales mark. The brand has also
introduced a new colour – Metallic Red ahead of the festive season.
The scooter, which is targeted at the Gen Z,
boasts of an exclusive technology platform – TVS SmartXonnect - making it
India’s first connected scooter. Within
6 months of the launch, the scooter has witnessed immense demand from the
target audience leading to 22 lakh visits on the website and consistent enquiries
across dealer channels as well as social media platforms.
Aniruddha Haldar, Vice
President (Marketing) – Commuter Motorcycles, Scooters & Corporate Brand,
TVS Motor Company, said, “TVS NTorq 125, our first 125cc scooter, is also
India's first Bluetooth connected scooter.
The GenZ, our intended audience, has responded with love to this new
offering. They not only took the TVS
NTorq 125 to their homes but gave it a pride of place across their social
platforms. This kind of brand love early
on is remarkable and redoubles our enthusiasm to live up to the faith of our
TVS NTorq 125 gets the new
generation CVTi-REVV 124.79cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 3-valve, air-cooled
SOHC engine that churns out 6.9kW@7500 rpm / 9.4 PS @7500 rpm and 10.5 Nm@5500
rpm. The additional valve in the engine
accentuates the performance of the scooter which boasts of a top speed of 95
kmph and an excellent acceleration, together with a unique exhaust note.
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