Auteco, in collaboration with TVS, announced its plans and announced that a new electric motorcycle will be launched in the country by 2024, with the aim of continuing to invest in sustainable mobility solutions in Colombia and the world. This is the TVS X, a crossover electric vehicle with a range of innovative features.
This revolutionary new vehicle will set a new benchmark in the Colombian and global electric mobility industry, as its design, performance and technological features will create a new category in the electric mobility segment.
It is worth noting that this motorcycle was designed from the ground up. What makes it special is that it has a powerful electric motor and advanced battery technology, which is why it promises constant acceleration and good autonomy, guaranteeing comfort and convenience. This makes it an environmentally friendly mobility solution.
Introducing the new TVS
The announcement was made a few days ago in the city of Dubai, where TVS Motor Company CEO Sudarshan Venu said: “Our commitment to harnessing technology and innovation for a greener and more sustainable future has made this incredibly attractive motorcycle for us. The TVS X is intended to initiate a shift towards high-quality, sustainable and technologically advanced mobility solutions.”
Furthermore, he added, “It is the global reference for a machine that was originally electric.” The TVS X embodies innovation with a disruptive mindset. Its core is sustainability and it embodies the next era of clean mobility. We believe it will redefine mobility around the world with its remarkable features, premium aesthetics and integrated, intuitive and personalized experiences.”
It is expected that by 2024, models will be available for sale in the country that will have three specific features such as: B. Their design combines sophisticated technology in an elegant machine with a harmonious, clear and light aerodynamic profile.
Based on an all-new platform, the TVS
With 11 kW of power, it will be the most powerful electric vehicle in the segment, with an acceleration from 0 to 40 km/h in 2.6 seconds and a maximum continuous speed of 105 km/h.
In addition, it will feature high-capacity batteries that deliver an installed energy capacity of 4.44 kWh, ensuring safe operation and long cell life through continuous monitoring of power flow.