Aside from power, the Ntorq 125 is packed with advanced tech features that aim to position it better against its competitors. TVS has fitted the scooter with changeable riding modes, a rare feature even among higher-end motorcycles. The first option, Street Mode, is claimed to improve fuel economy and reduce mileage while riding in traffic. The second, Race Mode, can propel the bike from 0 to 60 km/h in 8.6 seconds.
The Ntorq 125 Race XP also features TVS Smart XConnect technology. Through the use of a smartphone app, the scooter's full potential can be unlocked. The app connects to the bike and enables features like navigation assist, voice assist, incoming call & SMS alerts, missed call alerts, phone battery strength display, and last parked location assist.
Other notable features include a fully digital instrument cluster with a multi-mode display, a ride statistics tracker, engine temperature indicator, and power ECO-mode indicator.
The looks of the Ntorq 125 have been updated as well. Featuring stealth aircraft-inspired styling and race-inspired decals, the scooter is unique in its segment. TVS also equipped the new Ntorq 125 with sporty red alloy wheels, after-burner style rear vents, a split grab rail for the passenger, and a signature LED headlamp. Only one color option is available, Race Red Black.
Performance-wise, the TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP keeps up with its looks. The new model has a 125cc fuel-injected engine that's capable of 10hp and 10.8 Nm of torque. Braking is supplied by a 220m roto petal disc at the front, and a 130mm drum brake at the rear. The scooter is equipped with a front telescopic suspension and rear coil springs, both with hydraulic dampers.
The TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP is available now in India for ₹84,025. Directly converted, that's around P56,850. The scooter isn't available in the Philippines for now, but TVS has similar models in its local lineup, including the Dazz 110 and Rockz 125.