In anticipation of the upcoming festive season, TVS
Motor Company launched their popular Victor commuter motorcycle in a new
Premium Edition for Rs. 55,065 (ex-showroom Delhi). The Victor Premium Edition
gets chrome detailing, a new sticker scheme and a chrome crash guard.
has also incorporated a body coloured pillion handle, chrome detailing on the
side panels, gold detailing on engine cover case and LED DRLs. The TVS Victor
is powered by a 110cc engine producing 9.5 PS of power and 9.4Nm of torque. The
engine comes mated to a 4-speed gearbox and returns almost 72kms to a litre. TVS
is offering the Victor Premium Edition only in a disc brake variant with black
colour and yellow graphics. Other variants of the Victor are available in both
disc and drum brake variants with 5 different colour options.
Haldar, Vice President (Marketing) – Commuter Motorcycles, Scooters and
Corporate Brand, said, “This festive
season, an icon is getting a whole new look. This premium edition of TVS Victor
now offers quality and performance with bold styling and personality. We are
sure that our consumers will enjoy this bolder and striking presence on the
road as they enjoy the Ultimate “Joy of Riding” on their TVS Victor, thanks to
the advanced O3C 3V Engine.”
The TVS Victor has been a successful
model for TVS with over 2 lakh customers in India. The bike gets an 8-litre
fuel tank and is capable of achieving a top speed of 90kmph. Weighing in at
just 113kgs with a wheelbase of 1260mm, the Victor is an agile motorcycle. TVS
has given the Victor a ground clearance of 175mm. The bike features telescopic
forks in the front and a 5 step adjustable hydraulic spring suspension in the
Omega Seiki Mobility (OSM), a part of the Anglian Omega Group has announced a joint venture with iM3NY, a prominent battery technology player in the US, to bring battery cell technology in the Indian ...
Continental is promoting the development and use of open source software. The technology company has adopted a manifesto that emphasises its commitment to collaborative work with Free and Open Source ...
Nearly 50 DHL Express vans will begin running on the Michelin UPTIS airless tyre to make last-mile deliveries in Singapore by the end of 2023. The pilot programme begins with the first vehicles making...