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TVS unveils the radical EntorQ concept

TVS unveils the radical EntorQ concept

Snapshot: The EntorQ concept lies somewhere in between a motorcycle and scooter crossover.

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The Hosur based motorcycle maker also unveiled the EntorQ scooter concept at the AutoExpo today. The EntorQ concept lies somewhere in between a motorcycle and scooter crossover. It is driven on the CVT gearbox and comes equipped with 14-inch high profile tyres. At the front the suspension duties are performed by the telescopic forks which works in coordination with hydraulic disc brakes to ensure the comfortable and safe ride. Unlike other scooters, it also has a smartphone holder on the handlebar.

It propels an all-aluminium, 212.5cc liquid-cooled engine which is mated to Variomatic transmission. The engine is powerful enough to take the scooter to as high as 120kmhr on open highways. It can accommodate 8.5 litres of fuel when filled to the brim. We think the design is brilliant and looks bold enough to take down all the scooters in its competition. It also has ABS that complements its braking capabilties.

It really is a radical concept but we believe there are very less chances same will ever go into production. Stay tuned as we bring you more updates from AutoExpo 2016.

 

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