TVS has showcased its X21 concept at the 2016 Auto Expo. The X21 is essentially an attempt to exhibit the racing DNA of TVS Motor Company. It is the racing interpretation of the recently launched TVS Apache RTR 200. The TVS X21 is designed to underline dynamic ability and racing prowess thanks to low weight, and honed handling. Apart from a track oriented character, the motorcycle concept is also aimed to be rider friendly, while also featuring a high performance, race tuned engine.
Tuned for higher revs so as to enable more top end power for that perfect track experience, TVS X21’s 212.4 cc, four valve comes with fuel injected powertrain. Twin oil coolers provide for a more efficient oil circulation and cooling system. While twin straight flow air filters contribute to cleaner combustion; twin free flow canisters discharge exhaust gases and produce the signature RTR grunt.
TVS X21 is built on a lightweight and compact chassis with focus on low mass. This enables better flickability and dynamic cornering. It has a telescopic front suspension and a mono shock gas-filled rear suspension. The instrument console includes a digital speedometer, a digital tachometer, a trip meter, clock, acceleration timing, lap timing and more for performance tuning.
The TVS X21, is half faired for superior aerodynamics, according to TVS. Added race ergonomics make it look like a mean, track ready machine. The combination of smooth lines and sharp edges, emphasize the aggressive, racy look of the motorcycle.
TVS X21 is muscular and yet compact. It is equipped with several special race components such as a performance kit, race levers and steering damper for stability and control at higher speeds.
Check out the image gallery of the X21 concept in a gallery below