At Auto Expo 2018, TVS has showcased its first ever power cruiser that goes by the name Zeppelin. The motorcycle looks impressive in a way that it comes across no less than any other cruiser in the market in the said segment at present. With the new Zeppelin, TVS gives an idea of its entry into the cruiser segment that is currently dominated by Bajaj Avenger range. The new TVS Zeppelin is expected to enter production in the coming two years.
The front end of the new TVS Zeppelin power cruiser gets a bold LED headlamp that should offer good illumination in the dark. The front fascia looks commanding with that hexagonal shaped lighting set up.
The rear end of the TVS Zeppelin cruiser might remind you of a Harley Davidson motorcycle. The reason being, the motorcycle comes with the similar looking muscular section. Also, the Zeppelin showcased at the Auto Expo 2018 is belt driven that ensures low noise and smoother ride.
The fuel tank of the new TVS Zeppelin power cruiser showcased at Auto Expo 2018 has some sharp edges and creases that lend it a bold appeal. All thanks to the said design, the fuel tank comes across as offering broad shoulders to the motorcycle.
The new TVS Zeppelin cruiser has been assisted with 41mm upside down forks at the front while the rear is taken care of with the help of a monoshock. The dual disc brakes are present that offer a decent stopping power. A dual channel ABS will also be on offer.
The Zeppelin showcased at Auto Expo 2018 gets its power from a 220cc, single cylinder engine that comes integrated with Integrated starter generator (ISG) that offers it more torque in the initial rpm range. The hybrid system of the motorcycle consists of a 1200W regenerative assist motor and a 48V Li-ION battery.
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