TVS Graphite Scooter Launch in 2018

TVS motors aim at launching more performance-oriented products in the coming years. The upcoming launch in 2018 TVS Graphite Scooter.

TVS Motors informed earlier about the new TVS Motorcycles launch soon Graphite Scooter in 2018. The company is working on a range of new scooters for the domestic market. After long awaited, TVS Graphite will launch with best performance scooter and an all-electric scooter in the country in the next 2 years. 
TVS Graphite Scooter
TVS announced the launch the Graphite in multiple variants like disc and drum. The new scooter will directly rival the Aprilia SR150 performance scooter in the country. TVS has shown the Graphite scooters concept avatar at the 2014 Auto Expo. New Graphite comes with the apron-mounted headlamps and sculpted bodywork with the aggressive look equipped with several high-end functions like the navigation system with Bluetooth connectivity, multi-functional instrument console and many more. The new scooter will be powering 125cc FI (Fuel Injection) or a 150cc engine deliver a top speed of 103kmph. New Graphite scooter features like an active LED console, inbuilt immobilizer, ABS system, Tubeless tires with Led tail lights. New TVS Graphite Scooter will be equipped with premium quality switch gears and engine kill switch with a long seat and premium cover with contrasting red stitching and the fuel cap is positioned right behind the seat. 
TVS Graphite Specifications
2018 TVS scooter will be launched with a 125cc engine boosted with fuel injection technology with a larger capacity 150cc motor, delivering power to the wheels and AMT gearbox with paddle shifters. New TVS scooter equipped with a 125cc or a 150cc engine to deliver high fuel efficiency, it could deliver around 45-50kmpl in real-world conditions.
TVS Graphite Scooter
TVS Graphite Price in India
2018 TVS Graphite scooter comes with a 125cc engine, it will compete the Honda Activa 125 and Suzuki Access 125. The Graphite will be priced between INR 70,000 to INR 75,000 locking its horns with the Aprilia SR 150.