TVS Motor Company will launch a brand new 110 cc commuter motorcycle on August 23. Carandbike has learnt from sources that the new bike will definitely be a new 110 cc commuter motorcycle and will join the TVS Victor and TVS Star City Plus in the company's commuter motorcycle range. According to one reliable source, the new 110 cc TVS motorcycle is likely to have premium features, including an all-digital instrument panel, and like the TVS NTorq, could also boast of being smart connected, sporting features like a dedicated app, and satellite navigation connectivity.
There's been a lot of speculation that the new launch will be a 125 cc TVS motorcycle, ostensibly, a replacement for the now-discontinued TVS Phoenix. So far, TVS has been extremely tight-lipped about what the new two-wheeler launch will be, but reliable sources have confirmed that the new two-wheeler will definitely be a 110 cc commuter motorcycle. The new motorcycle is expected to share its 110 cc with an existing product, in all likelihood, the TVS Victor, and is expected to share the same 109.7 cc single-cylinder engine which puts out 9.5 bhp at 7,500 rpm and maximum torque of 9.4 Nm at 6,000 rpm.
We expect a new design language, quite unlike the TVS Star City Plus or the TVS Victor, and new graphics. Of course, more details will only be revealed once the bike is launched on August 23. Six years ago, TVS had showcased a 125 cc concept motorcycle at the Auto Expo 2012, called the Radeon. The new motorcycle though, will be a 110 cc and not a 125 cc motorcycle, and will have completely new styling and design, not previously seen on any TVS product.