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TVS launches Ntorq 125 Race XP scooter

The race-inspired scooter includes a wide range of advanced tech features.

TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP

TVS recently launched the all-new Ntorq 125 Race XP. The Indian company claims that its latest model is the first 125cc scooter in the country to produce more than 10 hp.

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.

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