Image – Auto Tech TravelWhile Jupiter 125 is the lowest in terms of power output, it makes amends with a class-leading torque figure of 10.5 Nm
TVS became the latest entrant in the 125cc commuter scooter category with the launch of Jupiter 125 a week ago. Although the company already had a strong presence in the 125cc segment with Ntorq, the latter caters to a more youthful section of buyers which demands more performance over practicality.
Needless to mention but the 125cc scooter is one of the hottest two-wheeler categories in the country with multiple offerings from various brands. Some notable ones include Suzuki Access, Honda Activa 125, Hero Destini and Yamaha Fascino 125 Fi. It will be interesting to check how the latest offering from TVS stacks up against its immediate rivals mentioned above.
New TVS Jupiter 125 Vs Activa Vs Access Vs Destini Vs Fascino – Features
All scooters are fairly simple in design with easy-to-ride ergonomics. They have been designed for satisfying the needs of an average Indian family and all do a decent enough job. All scooters receive decent under-seat storage and a flat and spacious floorboard to carry their luggage. However, Jupiter 125 gets the largest under-seat storage of 33 litres due to repositioning of its fuel tank.
Other common amenities offered by all the scooters are an optional USB charger, a semi-digital instrument console, external fuel filler, LED DRLs storage lamp, etc. Most importantly, all models in this category offer an auto stop/start feature in their respective lingos. Further, Bluetooth connectivity is currently offered only on Access and Fascino whereas an engine kill switch is offered with Access, Jupiter and Activa.
New TVS Jupiter 125 Vs Activa Vs Access Vs Destini Vs Fascino
A side stand engine inhibitor is offered only in Fascino and whereas all barring Destini offer LED headlights. Speaking of specifications, all except Destini are offered with a disc brake at front while a drum brake is standard for all scooters in this category. Suspension setup in all five models is almost identical with telescopic forks at front and a mono-shock at rear.
In terms of performance, all deliver a similar range of output from their 125cc engines. However, Destini offers the maximum power with 9.1 PS while Jupiter has the lowest with 8.15 PS. Torque figures are also around a similar region. The extra power in Destini is compensated with its additional weight as it tips the highest at 113kg. Fascino is the lightest at 99kg and it shows in its on-road performance as well.
Coming to their prices, Destini is the most affordable offering in this space with prices starting at Rs 70,400 and maxing out at Rs 75,900. Fascino is the next most affordable scooter which can be availed between Rs 72,030 and Rs 75,530. Jupiter, Access and Acitva form the pricier end of this bracket.
New TVS Jupiter 125 Vs Activa Vs Access Vs Destini Vs Fascino
On paper, Fascino has the overall advantage in terms of features, practicality and the price at which it is offered. While Destini provides the best performance figures on the spec sheet, the on-road performance of Fascino. All other models are very closely matched to each other. More
Image – Auto Tech TravelWhile Jupiter 125 is the lowest in terms of power output, it makes amends with a class-leading torque figure of 10.5 Nm
TVS – BMW Milestone ProductionThe G 310 Series forms the entry-level offering of the international lineup of BMW Motorrad
TVS Motor has announced the roll out of 100,000th unit of BMW Motorrad’s 310cc series of motorcycles from its manufacturing facility based out of Hosur in Tamil Nadu. The bikemaker manufactures G 310 models- R and GS for BMW which are retailed in the local market as well as exported to overseas markets.
In 2013, both TVS and BMW Motorrad joined hands and signed a cooperation agreement to develop and produce sub-500cc motorcycles for the global market. This has led to the development and launch of three motorcycles based on the 310cc platform- the two BMW models mentioned above and TVS Apache RR 310.
1 Lakh Milestone In Under 5 Years
All three models are assembled at the same Hosur-based facility. This plant produces around 10 percent of BMW Motorrad’s volumes globally. Production of the BMW G 310 twins started in late 2016 and the company has been able to achieve the 1 lakh mark within five years. 50,000th milestone was achieved in Dec 2018.
Speaking on occasion Markus Schramm, Head of BMW Motorrad, said, “Our strong synergies with TVS Motor Company have led to the development of impressive offerings in the sub-500cc segment. Since their launch, both BMW G 310 R and BMW G 310 GS single-cylinder models continue to enjoy unrivaled popularity.”
2022 BMW G310R
He further added that BMW Motorrad’s G 310 R and G 310 GS are two agile all-rounders and an integral part of the German marque’s success story. BMW G 310 siblings, as of now, are retailed in 120 countries across the world.
Mechanical Specs, Features
Powering these bikes is a 312cc, single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that pushes out 34 bhp at 9,500rpm and 28 Nm at 7,000rpm. The motor is coupled with a six-speed gearbox which now gets an assist and slipper clutch as standard. Cycle parts of both motorcycles are identical. Suspension duties on both models are carried out by 41mm upside-down forks at front and a mono-shock linked to the swingarm at rear.
Braking on both models are handled by single disc brakes at both ends complemented by a dual-channel ABS. Common features offered in the G 310 series are full-LED lighting, digital instrument cluster, ride by wire throttle and multiple ride modes. Both bikes are offered in three colour options each with Polar White being the common paint scheme.
Other options include Cosmic Black and Style Sport on G 310 R and Rally Style and a special 40 Years GS Edition for G 310 GS. The naked streetfighter is priced at Rs 2.50 lakh whereas the adventure tourer can be had at Rs 2.90 lakh (ex-showroom). The former rivals KTM 390 Duke while the latter competes against KTM 390 Adventure. More
2021 TVS Apache 160 4V – Ride Modes, BluetoothAfter a string of successful launches, TVS has now launched an updated Apache RTR 160 4V with new features
TVS Motor Company in the recent past has launched multiple new and updated products which include Raider, Jupiter 125 and a new variant of Apache RR 310. It has now launched an updated Apache RTR 160 4V with new features onboard. The naked streetfighter gets a new headlamp assembly along with new LED DRLs.
Apache 160 Ride Modes – It also gets three new riding modes namely Urban, Sport, and Rain. The updated Apache 160 4V also gets a gear shift indicator and radial rear tyre. Prices start from Rs 1.15 lakh for the base 160 4V model with read drum brake.
2021 TVS Apache 160 4V – Price list Oct 2021
The Hosur-based bikemaker has also introduced a range-topping Special Edition of RTR 160 4V at a price of Rs 1.21 lakh (ex-showroom). Its primary rival, Bajaj Pulsar NS160 is priced at Rs 1.16 lakh, ex-sh.
New Special Edition
The Special Edition model comes with an exclusive Matte Black paint scheme complemented with red highlights for sporty touches. The all-black theme with red alloy wheels accentuates the bike’s sportiness. In addition, the top-spec trim also comes with an updated instrument console which is equipped with TVS SmartXonnect Bluetooth connectivity system that offers a wide range of features.
2021 TVS Apache 160 4V – Ride Modes, Bluetooth
The standard range of Apache RTR 160 4V is offered in three variants- Drum, Single Disc and Rear Disc which are priced between Rs 1.15 lakh and Rs 1.20 lakh (ex-showroom). These variants are offered in three colour options- Racing Red, Metallic Blue, and Knight Black.
Along with all these updates mentioned above, the naked streetfighter gets a new seat pattern across the range while the Special Edition model gets adjustable clutch and brake levers as well.
It should be noted that TVS introduced a crucial update to Apache RTR160 4V earlier this year when it got a more powerful engine. The 159.7cc, single-cylinder engine now produces 17.39 bhp and a peak torque of 14.73 Nm while being paired with a 5-speed gearbox. Suspension duties are handled by telescopic forks at front and a mono-shock at rear.
2021 TVS Apache 160 4V – Ride Modes, Bluetooth
Braking hardware comprises drum brakes as standard on both ends with the option of a single front disc or a front and rear discs. The disc brake variants are offered a single-channel ABS as standard. Other recent additions to the feature list include GTT (Glide Through Traffic) for a smooth low-speed ride, a one-touch start and a wave bite ignition key.
Apache RTR 160 4V has a fuel tank capacity of 12 liters. The motorcycle competes against the likes of Bajaj Pulsar NS160, Hero Xtreme 160, Honda XBlade 160 and Yamaha MT15. More
New TVS Jupiter 125TVS Jupiter 125 rivals a host of the 125cc scooters in the market such as Honda Activa 125, Hero Destini 125, Yamaha Fascino and Suzuki Access
First launched in Sep 2013, TVS Jupiter has managed to generate sales of over 45 lakh till date. It is among the best selling scooter on sale in India since its launch. Until now, it was only offered with a 110cc engine option. Today, TVS Motor has launched Jupiter 125cc option.
TVS has launched a 125cc iteration of Jupiter that has been priced at Rs 73,400 ex-sh. This is about the same starting price as rival Honda Activa 125, which is priced from Rs 73,200 to Rs 80k. All prices are ex-sh.
Prior to this launch, Jupiter was available as a 110cc scooter and has been the brand’s highest-selling two-wheeler for a long time. With the launch of Jupiter 125, it joins a long list of 125cc scooters such as Honda Activa 125, Suzuki Access and others.
Last month, TVS marked its re-entry into the 125cc segment of motorcycles with the launch of Raider which has generally received positive reviews. Earlier, the company also shared a couple of teasers of the new Jupiter 125 which had nothing significant to reveal barring a pair of LED DRLs.
Speaking of its design, the new 125cc Jupiter is almost identical to its 110cc sibling except for a few subtle variations. The most prominent are reshaped turn indicators mounted on the front apron.
Complemented by new, sharper LED DRLs, front face of the scooter looks more aggressive in this iteration. It boasts signature commuter scooter styling elements such as a single-piece saddle with a grab rail for pillion, alloy wheels and headlamp clusters on the handlebar.
Features on offer
For further differentiation, TVS will be offering some new colour schemes with its latest offering. In addition, new features such as a digital instrument console with Bluetooth connectivity could be added to the equipment of Jupiter 125. TVS is also expected to launch a top-spec trim of Jupiter 125 that will be offered with TVS Smart Xonnect connectivity platform which offers around 60 connectivity features.
New TVS Jupiter 125
Some of the features offered by Xonnect connectivity suite include SMS/call alerts, last parking location, real-time mileage indicator, onboard navigation and lots more. Other features on offer are LED headlight and taillight, USB charger and external fuel filler cap in front, etc.
Jupiter 125 will draw its power from the same 124.8cc, 3-valve single-cylinder engine that is offered in Ntorq. However, unlike Ntorq, Jupiter 125 is offered with an ETFI (Eco Thrust Fuel injector) instead of an RTFI for better fuel efficiency. TVS claims that Jupiter 125 is the most powerful and fuel efficient scooter in the segment. It has the quickest acceleration as well.
New TVS Jupiter 125
Suspension duties on Jupiter 125 are taken care of by telescopic forks up front and coil springs with hydraulic dampers at rear. Braking hardware comprises drum brakes as standard at both ends with the option of a disc brake at front. The braking setup is paired with a synchronized braking system for better handling on the roads. More
File photo of a TVS motorcycle concept.TVS and Tata Power will be putting their focus on solar energy sources at the upcoming charging network
Automakers are forming strategic alliances with firms that have resources to build a wide electric vehicle (EV) charging network across the country. TVS Motor Company is the latest automaker that has entered into a strategic partnership with Tata Power to create a large EV charging infrastructure to accelerate electric mobility in India.
This charging network will be dedicated to electric two-wheelers in the country. As part of the MoU, the two firms agreed to drive a comprehensive implementation of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure (EVCI) across India and deploy solar power technologies at TVS Motor locations.
Focus On Solar Energy
The partnership aims to create a regular AC charging network and a DC fast-charging network for electric two-wheelers. Both companies will look to explore opportunities to use solar energy to power select TVS Motor locations. This will also allow owners of TVS iQube electric scooter access to a widespread charging network through the TVS Motor customer connect app and Tata Power EZ Charge app across India.
TVS has stated that it is focused on substantially enhancing customer convenience through world-class fast-charging solutions. The bikemaker intends to expand technologies in solar energy that will play a vital role in the shift towards clean energy adoption by consumers. With increasing concerns over climate change, renewable sources such as solar energy will play a key role going forward.
TVS Creon Electric Scooter Concept
In line with the company’s vision of electrification, Joint MD of TVS, Sudarshan Venu, said that the Hosur-based automaker envisages a wide and reliable charging infrastructure for two and three-wheeler EV customers across India. This will be powered by renewable sources of energy, such as solar.
TVS has already revealed that they have a dedicated team which is working on range of upcoming electric vehicles which likely includes new e-scooters and e-motorcycles. It will also help TVS to increase footprints of iQube across the country.
TVS aims to increase presence of the electric scooter to 25 cities within the next few months. It is currently available in cities like Delhi-NCR, Bengaluru, Pune, Chennai, Kochi, Surat, Vizag, Hyderabad, Coimbatore, Jaipur and Ahmedabad. iQube is currently priced at Rs 1.00 lakh (ex-showroom).
TVS iQube Electric Scooter
The e-scooter is powered by a hub-mounted BLDC electric motor which derives its energy from a 2.25kWh lithium-ion battery. This powertrain returns a peak output of 4.4kW and 140 Nm of torque. TVS claims a range of 75km on a single charge. It can achieve a top speed of 40kmph in Eco mode and 78kmph in Sport mode while the 0-40kmph acceleration time is 4.2 seconds.
Tata Power Network
Tata Power has an expansive network of over 5,000 home chargers and over 700 public chargers in more than 120 cities in India. The company is present across all segments of the EV eco-system– public charging, captive charging, home and workplace charging stations, and has deployed all types of chargers, including DC chargers and AC Chargers. More
New TVS Jupiter 125cc Launch SoonAll-new Jupiter 125 will take on rivals such as Honda Activa 125, Suzuki Access, Hero Destini 125 and Yamaha Fascino 125
After Raider 125cc motorcycle, TVS is gearing up to launch its next product. It is likely to be all-new Jupiter 125, a more powerful and better equipped version of existing Jupiter 110cc scooter. Launch date is set for 7th Oct 2021.
With new Jupiter, TVS will have two products in 125cc scooter segment. While Ntorq is preferred for its superior styling and sporty performance, Jupiter 125 will be more suited for practical, everyday needs.
TVS Jupiter 125 styling and features
To ensure a distinct identity, Jupiter 125 will utilize a new set of styling bits. Components like headlamp, LED DRLs, rear view mirrors, side panels, grab rails, and tail light are expected to be entirely new. Only a limited set of design elements are expected to be borrowed from Jupiter 110.
New colour options are expected to be made available for all-new Jupiter 125. The existing 110cc Jupiter is available in more than a dozen colour options. Ones that really stand out include Titanium Grey, Matte Blue, Volcano Red, Midnight Black, Pristine White, Royal Wine and Indi Blue. Available colour options are based on the chosen variant. Take a look at the new teaser video of the 2021 TVS Jupiter 125cc scooter.
To match features available with rival scooters in this segment, TVS could introduce things like digital instrument console, USB charger and Bluetooth connectivity for new Jupiter 125. Existing Jupiter 110 is equipped with an analogue instrument console. As it will primarily be positioned as a utilitarian scooter, Jupiter 125 will have ample under seat storage. For reference, Jupiter 110 offers 21-litres of under seat storage. This is good enough for a full-sized helmet.
It is possible that TVS Smart Xonnect connectivity platform could be introduced with Jupiter 125. This feature is already offered with Ntorq. A number of advanced features can be accessed via Smart Xonnect such as navigation assist, caller ID, last parked location assist, ride stats, and remote backlit illumination control. Overall, around 60 connectivity features are available through this platform. Smart Xonnect could be introduced with top-spec variants of all-new Jupiter 125.
TVS Jupiter 125 engine and specs
It is likely that Jupiter 125 will borrow its engine from Ntorq. For Ntorq, the engine is tuned differently based on the variant. For standard variants, the engine is tuned to deliver 9.38 ps of max power and 10.5 Nm of peak torque. For Race XP variant, the numbers increase to 10.2 ps / 10.8 Nm. Race XP variant is the first 125cc scooter in the country to deliver more than 10 hp power.
TVS Jupiter 125cc LED DRLs
As Jupiter 125 will likely target improved fuel economy, its power and torque output could be less than Ntorq. For this, Jupiter 125 will use an ET fuel injector and not the Race Tuned Fuel injector (RT FI). Suspension system will comprise telescopic fork at front and monoshock unit at rear. The scooter can get the option of front disc brakes. Jupiter 125 pricing is expected to be close to that of Ntorq. The latter is offered in the price band of Rs 72k to Rs 84k (ex-showroom, Delhi). More
Image – Lokesh PimpleTVS has registered YoY growth of 6 percent and 2 percent in the two-wheeler and three-wheeler segments respectively for September 2021
TVS Motor Company registered a cumulative sale of 347,156 units in September this year which has resulted in YoY growth of almost 6 percent. In September last year, the company was able to sell 327,692 vehicles. The cumulative monthly sales for August this year stood at 2,90,694 units.
TVS Motor Sep 2021 Two-Wheeler Sales
These figures include sales volume of both two-wheelers and three-wheelers. The two-wheeler segment of TVS registered a sales volume of 332,511 units last month which translated to YoY growth of 6.12 percent. The monthly sales figure for two-wheelers during the same month last year stood at 313,332 units.
The Hosur-based manufacturer recorded a total of 244,084 units of two-wheelers in September this year as compared to 241,762 units sold during the same period last year. This led to marginal YoY growth of 0.96 percent.
In August 2021, TVS sold a total of 1,79,999 two-wheelers in the domestic market which resulted in a positive MoM growth of 35.60 percent last month. Leading the sales charts were Apache, Jupiter, Ntorq, XL100. Their iQube electric scooter and the new Raider also added to sales.
TVS Motor Sales Sep 2021 vs Sep 2020 (YoY)
With pandemic restrictions easing and the festive season soon approaching, TVS expects retails to improve significantly in coming months. The bikemaker was able to sell 1,66,046 units of motorcycles last month as opposed to 1,39,698 units sold in September last year. This resulted in YoY growth of 18.86 percent.
Motorcycle, Three-Wheeler Sales
MoM growth of 24.11 percent for motorcycle sales was registered in September this year. TVS dispatched 1,04,091 units of scooters last month in comparison to 103,877 units dispatched in September 2020. This resulted in a marginal MoM growth of 0.21 percent. Sales volume of mopeds declined by 10.58 percent YoY as the company registered a sales volume of 62,374 units in September this year.
A total of 14,645 three-wheelers from TVS were dispatched last month as against sales of 14,360 units in September 2020. This translated to YoY growth of 2 percent. However, most of these units were shipped to foreign markets as only 813 units of three-wheelers were sold in the domestic market in September this year.
TVS Motor Sales Sep 2021 vs Aug 2021 (MoM)
Exports & Second Quarter Sales
The company’s total exports registered a YoY growth of 20 percent with a sales volume of 102,259 units in the month of September 2021 as opposed to 85,163 units sold in September 2020. Two-wheeler exports registered a growth of 24 YoY with sales of 88,427 units in September this year as against sales of 71,570 units in September last year.
During the second quarter of the current financial year, two-wheelers posted a growth of 4 percent with a sales volume of 8.70 lakh units instead of 8.34 lakh units in the second quarter FY 20-21. Three-wheeler segment of the company registered a growth of 41 percent with sales of 0.47 lakh units in the second quarter of the current year as opposed to 0.33 lakh units in the second quarter of FY 20-21. More
TVS Apache 310 BTO2021 TVS Apache RR 310 gets refreshed with new body colours, ride modes, colour TFT screen and Michelin ROAD5 tyres
TVS Motor India launched the 2021 Apache RR 310 last month. It was introduced on an online ‘Built to Order’ platform which allows customers to design their bikes from two performance kits of Dynamic and Race. This was limited to about 150 units each. Today, TVS has revealed that all orders for the batch are fully booked and bookings for Apache 310 BTO are now closed.
Priced at a base pfice Rs 2,59,990, the new TVS Apache RR 310 comes in with several updates over its earlier counterpart. It receives a new instrument cluster, revised exhausts with a racier note with more cornering clearance and fully adjustable suspension. Standard features such as a TFT instrument cluster gets updated with a digital document storage system, a day trip meter and over speed indicator.
TVS ‘Built To Order’ (BTO)
Apache RR 310 is being presented with optional kits of Dynamic and Race as a part of the TVS Built to Order platform. Dynamic kit consists of adjustable suspension at the front and rear. This includes upside down fork and monoshock which can be adjusted for pre-load and damping. It also receives a final drive chain with anti-rust brass finish. Dynamic kit also consists of race oriented handlebars and raised foot-pegs both of which are road legal.
2021 Apache RR 310 Race Kit offers a sportier stance with raised handle bars. These clip on handle bars are pointed 8 degrees downwards and 5 degrees inward relating to a more forward leaning position of the rider while the high windscreen offers better wind protection.
TVS Apache 310 BTO
The price of these kits for the TVS Apache RR 310 is priced at RRs 12,000 for the Dynamic Kit and at Rs 5,000 for the Race Kit. Both are on offer on the new RR 310 on the company’s online platform while the kits can also be used on older bikes.
However, the race muffler which is offered as standard on the 2021 model will only be available for BS6 compliant models. Race Replica graphics are priced at Rs 4,500 while red alloy wheels are at Rs 1,500. Bookings for the Apache 310 BTO will re-open for next batch, from 1st Oct 2021.
TVS Apache 310 BTO – Engine Specs
2021 TVS Apache RR 310 gets its power via a BS6 compliant 313cc engine offering 34 hp peak power at 9,700 rpm and 27.3 Nm torque at 7,700 rpm mated to a 6 speed gearbox with slipper and assist clutch. Suspension is via inverted telescopic forks in front and gas-assisted shock absorber at the rear.
Braking is via a 300mm disc in front and 240mm disc at the rear along with dual-channel ABS. TVS Apache RR310 commands a top speed of 160 km/h and can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.17 seconds. It is also the only bike in its segment to offer four ride modes of Urban, Track, City and Rain. The City and Rain mode sees power and torque figures down to 25.4 hp and 25 Nm respectively. TVS Apache RR 310 rivals KTM RC 390 and Kawasaki Ninja 300. More
TVS Jupiter 125 RenderTVS Jupiter 125 will join the long list of scooters under the 125cc category in India from next month
TVS has teased the launch of a new product for next month. For now, TVS has not revealed what the produced it. But is likely going to be all new Jupiter 125. The company had previously announced earlier this month that they will be launching two new 125cc models in the near future.
Post that announcement, TVS has already launched a new 125cc motorcycle called Raider at a starting price of Rs 77,500 (ex-showroom). The next 125cc product in line is expected to be the much awaited 125cc version of Jupiter – the best selling scooter from TVS. Once launched, new TVS Jupiter 125 will take on the likes of Suzuki Access, Honda Activa 125, Hero Destini 125, Maestro Edge 125 and Yamaha Fascino 125.
Difference in styling and features
The teaser shared by TVS, hardly reveals anything. It has the text – Come experience more. With the emphasis on the word MORE. Considering that it is the Jupiter 125, you can expect more power, more torque, more features from this upcoming scooter.
The photo shows a pair of LED DRLs which are expected to be mounted on the front apron. These are different from the ones seen in the current 110cc iteration of Jupiter. The ones shown in the teaser look sleeker and sharper. We can expect a few more subtle cosmetic variations on the upcoming Jupiter 125 in comparison to its lesser powered sibling.
TVS Jupiter 125 Launch Teaser?
Also, expect TVS to offer new paint schemes on the new 125cc scooter in order to differentiate from the current Jupiter 110. In addition, new features such as a digital instrument console with Bluetooth connectivity could be added to the equipment of Jupiter 125. Other features expected to be offered include LED headlight and taillight, USB charger and external fuel filler cap.
Like the current Jupiter model, the upcoming 125cc Jupiter will also be a practical scooter with decent under-seat storage and a sizeable flat footboard. It will be slightly heavier than the 110cc Jupiter due to a larger engine. That said, underpinnings on the new Jupiter will most probably be identical featuring telescopic forks at front and a mono-shock mounted on swingarm.
New TVS Jupiter 125 – Expected Powertrain Specs
Powering Jupiter 125 will be the same 124.8cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine as in Ntorq. In the latter, it is available in two states of tunes- 10.2 PS of power / 10.8 Nm of torque (on Race XP variant) and 9.38 PS of power / 10.5 Nm of torque (standard variants).
In Jupiter, it is likely to deliver a slightly lower output than the standard Ntorq while being mated to a CVT gearbox. Unlike Ntorq, Jupiter will be equipped with an ET fuel injector instead of a Race Tuned Fuel injector (RT FI) for better fuel economy.
Jupiter 125 will be the fifth scooter offered by the Hosur-based two-wheeler manufacturer. Its lineup includes scooters such as Scooter Pep+, Scooty Zest, Jupiter 110 and Ntorq 125. It is expected to be positioned in between Jupiter 110 and Ntorq in the company’s scooter lineup. More