The Indian manufacturer, TVS, has just introduced a prototype scooter with the name Creon. This electric-powered scooter was displayed at the Auto Expo event in India which runs until Wednesday, February 14, 2018.
Like the sportbike, this bike has the twin-spar chassis type. TVS equips Creon with a rigid aluminum-based lightweight frame in order to make this scooter has a good handling.
This prototype model is capable of generating power of 10.7 HP. The power comes from a machine powered by three 12 kW Li-ion batteries that can travel 80 km in one full-charge. Charging the battery can be done at home and takes 4 hours to full condition.
This motor takes 5.1 seconds to reach speeds of 60 kph from 0. The maximum speed that can be penetrated even unmitigated, which is 115 kph. There are 3 driving modes on this scooter, namely track, sport, and city.
Physically, this bike can be considered quite unique because it has a fat futuristic body. The features of this scooter are arguably sophisticated. For the brakes, both front and rear are already equipped with disc brake. Meanwhile, for the front brake, this scooter is equipped with single channel ABS system.
TVS embeds a sophisticated TFT dashboard with GPS in TVS Application that connects to the owner’s smartphone. From the digital panel, the owner can also know the battery capacity like a gasoline indicator.
Uniquely, this electric scooter has a reverse park assist that can make Creon retreat slowly. Another advantage of this electric scooter is already using LED for the lamp.
The prototype was able to attract attention and won two awards at once, namely Best Concept Two-wheeler and Best of The Show Two-Wheeler at the event held in Delhi, India.
So, what do you think guys, will you buy this electric scooter if they finally appear to the market in your country? I think this bike is quite good for the people who live in the big cities, right?
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