TVS NTorq gets new Marine Blue colour option

    This becomes the third colour option to be offered on the Race Edition variant.

    Published On Sep 13, 2022 04:53:00 PM


    TVS NTorq gets new Marine Blue colour option
    Listen to this Article

    TVS has rolled out a new Marine Blue colour option for its NTorq Race Edition scooter, priced at Rs 87,011 (ex-showroom, Delhi). This makes it Rs 550 more expensive than the existing two colours offered on this trim (red and yellow).

    Like the other colour options in the Race Edition, this Marine Blue option also features chequered flag-inspired graphics, and the shade of blue itself is quite attractive. It contrasts well against the black and grey panels on the rest of the scooter, and small red highlights add some more flair as well.

    Bookings are open for the new colour, and TVS says that deliveries of the Marine Blue option have already begun.

    To refresh your memory, the Race Edition of the NTorq is powered by the same 124.8cc single-cylinder engine as the lower Drum and Disc variants, and gets the same 9.4hp and 10.5Nm output figures as well. The higher Race XP version is blessed with a little more go, boasting 10.2hp and 10.8Nm, and you can check out our review of it here.

    The Race Edition is a feature-rich guise of the NTorq, coming with things like an LED headlight and tail-lamp, a Bluetooth-equipped digital instrument cluster and a USB charger, but it misses out on the colour TFT display that comes only on the range-topping XT trim.


    TVS Ntorq 125
    TVS Ntorq 125

    ₹ 83,061 * on road price (New Delhi)


    Copyright (c) Autocar India. All rights reserved.


    No comments yet. Be the first to comment.

    Ask Autocar Anything about Car and Bike Buying and Maintenance Advices
    Need an expert opinion on your car and bike related queries?
    Ask Now
    Search By Bike Price
    Poll of the month

    ADAS is becoming increasingly common. What is your opinion on this safety tech?

    It is a helpful safety feature that can save lives



    It is of limited use and not suited for Indian conditions



    It is a good feature but costs too much



    Total Votes : 1017
    Sign up for our newsletter

    Get all the latest updates from the automobile universe