TVS Motor Company has launched the TVS Jupiter ZX Drum, which is integrated with TVS SmartXonnectTM Technology. The new model is offered in two different colour options, Starlight Blue and Olive Gold, and has a price tag of Rs. 84,468 (ex-showroom). The new TVS Jupiter ZX Drum has a digital cluster that is Bluetooth-enabled and is powered by TVS SmartXonnectTM Technology, a technology developed by the Indian manufacturer. The scooter's screen displays caller ID, text message notifications, and turn-by-turn directions. The rider and the scooter are in continuous communication thanks to this technology. In addition to its connected features, this TVS Jupiter has a mobile charger that may be used to power electronic gadgets even while the user is on the move. The new model can be purchased from any TVS Motor Company dealer in the nation.
TVS Jupiter: Engine
The same air-cooled, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine that produces 109.7cc is used to generate power. The engine produces 7.7bhp at 7,500rpm and 8.8Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. Each end of the ZX Drum brake is equipped with a 130 mm drum brake as part of a combined braking system. The scooter has front and rear tubeless 12-inch tyres. The TVS Jupiter is one of the best-selling scooters in India, second only to the Honda Activa in terms of scooter sales.
TVS iQube Electric Surpasses 1.50 Lakh Units Sales Milestone
TVS Motor Company has achieved the domestic sales milestone of 1.5 lakh iQube electric scooters in only 43 months after the scooter's introduction in January 2020. The Indian motorbike maker claims that as of this year July 22, they had sold 1,54,263 iQube electric scooters. For an electric product, reaching this benchmark in India after more than three and a half years (or 43 months) is an impressive achievement for the firm.
While TVS has yet to provide July 2023 sales results, the VAHAN database shows that 7,111 units were sold by the 22nd of the month. The bike manufacturer's overall sales were 1,47,192 units as of June 30, 2023, well under the 1.50 lakh units sales threshold.
Sales increased because of enhancements made to the company's iQube product range. In case you were wondering, the iQube is available in three different variants: Standard, S, and ST. Due to the reduction of the Fame II subsidy, the base model iQube now costs Rs 1.23 lakh, while the iQube S version goes for Rs 1.38 lakh (on road-Delhi).