Auto Expo 2018 has seen the unveiling of TVS Creon electric scooter concept. The scooter is based on the company’s sporty design language that is a result of the company’s 35 years of racing heritage. The new TVS Creon electric scooter concept showcased at Auto Expo 2018 is one of the prime attractions at the company’s booth besides the Zeppelin 220 power cruiser concept. The front section of the new TVS Creon gets a full LED headlamp that is designed in a vertical manner. In the next few slides, you can have a detailed look at the TVS Creon electric scooter concept.
The new TVS Creon concept showcased at Auto Expo 2018 has been equipped with disc brakes at both ends. These further come linked to an ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) for added safety and convenience. The scooter rolls on TVS remora tyres that are developed in order to offer apt grip for Indian road conditions.
The seating on the new TVS Creon displayed at Auto Expo 2018 can accommodate two people easily and at the same time, it looks sporty in the light shade. The scooter has also been integrated with a phone charger and its under seat storage can accommodate a full face helmet.
The charging port on the new TVS Creon that is put on display at Auto Expo 2018 is located just ahead of the seat. The coloured screen is present that displays the amount of charge present on the battery. The scooter offers features such as regenerative braking, GPS, navigation, park assist and anti-theft mechanism.
The new TVS Creon has been fitted with stylish diamond cut alloy wheels that may instantly remind you of a premium car. The tyres fitted over these wheels are tubeless so you do not need to worry in case of a puncture.
The TVS Creon at Auto Expo 2018 is powered by three Lithium ion batteries that develop 12 kW of power. With this, the scooter can do 0 to 60 kmph in 5.1 seconds and can delivers a range of 80 kms. In 60 minutes of charging time, the battery can be charged up to 80 percent.
The instrument cluster of the new TVS Creon is a fully coloured TFT screen that shows a lot of information to the rider. The cluster supports smartphone connectivity and hence, you can connect your smartphone to the scooter via Bluetooth. The technology is called Smart Xonnect and it is also present on the company’s recently launched Ntorq 125 scooter.
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