TVS Motors has launched the Race XP edition of the sports scooter, the NTORQ. Ntorq has been a choice of many as it offers a great package of features and performance. Coming from the racing DNA, NTORQ offers an adrenaline rush every time you rev the engine. To make things more interesting, TVS has now introduced the Race XP edition and it’s not just the fancy racing stickers, there’s much more to it. Let’s take a look.
TVS Ntorq Racing XP: What’s changed on the performance front?
The special edition Ntorq now makes extra power and torque. The 125cc engine under the chassis now produces 10.2ps @7,000rpm of power and a peak torque of 10.8Nm @5,500rpm. The Race Tuned Fuel Injection or the RT-Fi makes this scooter the most powerful 125cc scooter in India and the only scooter which produces over 10ps of power. The base 125cc engine of the Ntorq produces 9.25ps of power.
And that’s not all on the performance front. TVS Ntorq Racing XP now gets first-in-class riding modes. You can choose from Street and Race modes. The Street Mode is more focused on mileage whereas the Race mode is totally inclined towards performance. In the Race mode, Ntorq can clock 0 to 60kmph in 8.6 seconds and has a top speed of 98kmph.
What else does the Race XP edition offer?
With the edition of this trim, Ntorq becomes India’s first scooter to offer Voice Assist. You can easily connect using your smartphone with the SMARTXCONNECT app. You can choose from over 20 voice commands for your Ntorq.
Ntorq gets a digital instrument cluster that has an in-built 0 to 60 speedometer, lap timer and 3 trip meters along with the basic features. You can connect your phone to the display via Bluetooth. This allows the cluster to display incoming calls, messages, missed calls, navigation assist, phone signal strength, phone battery level, auto-reply to SMS and much more.
TVS Ntorq Race XP edition: Price and Rivals
The premium features come at a premium ex-showroom price of ₹83,275. Now, you can choose from a total of 5 variants of the Ntorq, Race XP being the costliest. It rivals the Honda Activa 6G, Suzuki Street Burgman and the Honda Grazia. What do you think about the Race XP edition? Do let us know in the comments section below.