Bengaluru : TVS Motor Company, a reputed manufacturer of two-wheelers and three-wheelers in the world, today announced the launch of its TVS NTORQ 125 XT, with segment-leading technology. This new variant of TVS NTORQ 125 coupled with its SmartXonnectTM connectivity platform is set to create a new benchmark in the segment with first-in-class features for its connected customers. This is in line with TVS Motor Company’s continuous efforts to ensure product innovation and maximum customer satisfaction.
One of the key features of the scooter includes its segment-first hybrid SmartXonnectTMwith coloured TFT and LCD console. This, along with a host of other 60+ hi-tech features, makes the new TVS NTORQ 125 XT the most tech-advanced scooter on sale in the country. The first-of-its-kind Voice Assist feature can now accept voice commands directly. The scooter also features the TVS IntelliGO technology with silent, smooth, and superior start-stop function. Additionally, it has lighter, sportier alloy wheel enabling to deliver enhanced vehicle performance and fuel-saving.
Commenting on the launch, Mr. Aniruddha Haldar, Senior Vice President (Marketing) – Commuters, Corporate Brand & Dealer Transformation, TVS Motor Company, said, “TVS NTORQ 125 has become the preferred sporty 125 cc scooter with distinctive attributes, built on three key pillars of style, performance and technology. And after its remarkable success story in India and abroad of the TVS NTORQ Super Squad Edition (Marvel association), TVS NTORQ Race Edition XP SmartXonnectTM (the most powerful 125 performance scooter), we now are happy to introduce the TVS NTORQ 125 XT that is based around connectivity and technology. The TVS NTORQ 125 XT has set a new benchmark in the connected two-wheeler mobility experience with never seen hi-tech features like the industry’s first Hybrid TFT console, TVS SmartXonnectTM now with “SmartXtalk”, “SmartXtrack”, and “TVS IntelliGo” among many others. The tech-savvy Gen Z will be delighted by the TVS NTORQ experience that just went up a big notch in keeping their connected lifestyles.”