The desire of customers towards electric scooters in India is increasing day by day. Various organizations are struggling to fulfill that. Almost every day some electric two-wheeler is being launched in the market of this country. This time TVS Motor Company (TVS Motor Company) as a mainstream company is going to increase their range of battery powered scooters. The domestic company released a teaser of their new model. It is reported that the curtain will be removed on August 23.
TVS Motor has shown the teaser of their new electric scooter
The teaser is believed to hint at the launch of the production version of TVS’ electric scooter model Creon, which was shown in concept form at the 2018 Auto Expo. There, the company used a term called ‘electric-firing’. As a result, it is seen as the Hosur-based company’s plan to expand its electric vehicle portfolio.
The teaser image shows the electric model with four square lights standing vertically. Which is similar to the concept version of Creon. But from the teaser it is certain that TVS has started preparing for the launch of a new electric scooter.
It is speculated that TVS is going to bring the upcoming electric scooter with the young generation in mind. Which is why it might be a power packed model. The new scooter will be unveiled in Dubai on August 23 this year. It is expected to come as a premium model as it is launched in the international market.
Specifications and Features of TVS Creon
The TVS Creon will be based on an aluminum perimeter frame. It will feature futuristic design, vertically stacked headlight cluster, stepped up single piece seat with pillion grabrail and dual tone paintwork. There is also a TFT instrument cluster with GPS, smartphone charger and underseat storage compartment. It will ride on diamond cut alloy wheels.
The Creon can be equipped with a 12 kW electric motor and three lithium ion battery packs. It takes 5 seconds to accelerate from 0-60 km/h. Safety features include disc brakes on both wheels, single channel ABS, regenerative braking, park assist and three riding modes. Suspension duties will be handled by telescopic forks at the front and a monoshock unit at the rear.