TVS NTORQ 125 manufactured at Mysore facility eyes 2-lakh unit sales

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Mani Goel, Brand Manager, TVS Motor Company & S Menthralayanivasan, National Sales Manager, Karnataka, TVS Motor Company at the launch of TVS NTorq 125 scooter in Bengaluru today.

Indian two-wheeler giant TVS Motor revealed that it is manufacturing its newly launched TVS NTORQ 125 scooter at its production plant in Mysore in the south Indian state of Karnataka.

The company has also disclosed the details of its sales plan when it launched the scooter today in Bangalore for Karnataka market.

Jointly addressing a press conference, TVS Motor’s Brand Manager Mani Goel and S Menthralayanivasan, National Sales Manager, Karnataka, TVS Motor, said the company is assembling the newly launched vehicle at its Mysore plant in Karnataka. However, the duo did not disclose any further details about the production capacity for the NTORQ in Mysore facility.

The officials said the company is expecting to sell around 2-lakh units of NTORQ in the first financial year.

TVS NTORQ is the first 125 cc scooter of the company and also claims it as India’s first connected scooter with TVS SmartXonnect.

Interestingly the vehicle has many connected vehicle options. It is pitched as Bluetooth Enabled Scooter with Cellphone connectivity and Navigation Assist. Also, the vehicle comes with Multi modes – Street, Sport, Ride Stats and In-Built Lap timer. The scooter is also backed with App enabled parking locator, Engine Oil Temperature Display on Speedometer and Top Speed recorder.

TVS NTORQ will be available at Rs 61,450 (Ex-showroom Bangalore). 

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