TVS is bringing a new cruiser bike to compete with Royal Enfield Meteor 350 and Jawa, know what is the report on launching

The TVS Raider will be an entry-level adventure motorcycle. Which will make it into the XPulse 200 segment. This motorcycle is expected to get off-road equipment including adjustable suspension. Let us know that the 200cc engine of Apache RTR 200 4V is expected to be used.

Tows Upcoming Bikes: Automotive companies are continuously introducing their vehicles in the retro cruiser segment in India. In this sequence, Honda recently launched the CB350 and Royal Enfield Meteor 350. Recently, TVS Motor Company has patented 4 new names Retron, Raider, Fiero 125 and Zeppelin R. Whose launching remains the subject of discussion.

For information, let us know, Zeppelin R will be the company’s entry level cruiser segment bike. At the same time, the company is preparing to enter the 125cc segment with the Fiero nameplate. Retron will be the company’s new electric scooter and Radeon entry-level motorcycle. The point to note here is that the brand is also reportedly working on an all-new adventure tourer.

TVS Raider- This will be an entry-level adventure motorcycle. Which will make it into the XPulse 200 segment. This motorcycle is expected to get off-road equipment including adjustable suspension. Along with this, spoke wheels will be given high ground clearance in Raider. Let us know, it is expected to use Apache RTR 200 4V 200cc engine.

TVS Fiero 125 – TVS will be making a comeback in a new avatar with the Fiero nameplate. It will be a 125cc motorcycle. Honda and Hero MotoCorp are currently very popular in this segment. It will compete with Honda SP125 and Bajaj Pulsar 125.

TVS Zeppelin R – It will be launched in the segment of Jawa Classic 350, Honda CB350 and Royal Enfield Meteor 350. It is expected that the company will offer it with a powerful engine of 250cc or 310cc. At the same time, the company showcased the Zeppelin concept at the 2020 Auto Expo. Which included a single-cylinder engine with a 1,200 watt regenerative assist motor with a 48-volt lithium-ion battery.

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