The more powerful TVS Jupiter 125 cc scooter will likely have fuel injection system; India launch expected sometime next year
Earlier, there have been rumours that TVS Motor Company is working on the 125 cc version of its best selling Jupiter scooter. Now, some images on the internet have leaked suggesting that the same has been spotted testing. The new 125cc engine in the Jupiter will reportedly be using the fuel injection system for crisp throttle response and a linear power delivery.
The spy images do not reveal much details as they have been taken from a distance. However, the scooter is seen fitted with alloy wheels and an optional disc brake up front is also likely to be on offer as in the existing 110 cc version.
Besides these couple of features, the upcoming TVS Jupiter 125 is expected to be made available with some more bits like an optional USB charging provision in the under seat storage, company’s patented Eco and Power Modes in the instrument cluster and a lot more. An external fuel fill may also come as an obvious addition. The scooter will also employ telescopic forks at the front as evident from the spy shots.
The company has launched a new edition of the Jupiter a few weeks back and it has been christened the Jupiter Classic. Besides, TVS had also introduced the Jupiter in a wide range of colour options.
The launch timeline of the Jupiter 125 is a mystery at the moment. However, we believe that the scooter may see the light sometime early next year. Apart from the Jupiter 125, TVS is also working on an electric scooter that will be launched around the same time.
With the Government’s decision to make India a country running completely on electric vehicles by the year 2030, several manufacturers have already joined the race. Bajaj will be coming up with Urbanite brand exclusively for electric vehicles. Also, Mahindra Two Wheelers is working on the same and its electric scooter based on the Gusto has also been revealed in a pic by none other than Anand Mahindra.
TVS Jupiter 125 FI Gallery
Source: Team BHP