Expected Launch Date: Not available
Note: These bikes have never seen production line. These bikes are one of it's kind designed for the future. There are no chances of such bikes being launched in the near future.
TVS X21 concept
TVS X21 concept Overview
With the company claiming the TVS X21 Concept to be the racing model of the standard RTR 200, the bike is expected to entice the Indian buyers with its overall impressive design features and technical specifications. The TVS X21 is powered by the 212.4 cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected, and liquid-cooled engine. The unveiled amount of riding power of the bike will be capable of making it run efficiently around 0-100 kmph in a matter of just 8.7 seconds by attaining the top speed of around 148 kmph.
The TVS X21 Concept makes use of the 5-speed transmission gearbox and carries 280mm/240mm of front along with the rear brakes in its overall design. Being showcased with the high-performing Michelin tyres, the TVS X21 Concept bike features the highly stylish & advanced body frame. Once on road, the bike is expected to be rivaling against the Pulsar 220F in its riding segment.
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