Domestic two-wheeler major TVS Motor Company is bullish on the Latin American market, Earlier today, the company unveiled its premium RR 310 motorcycle, the NTorq 125 and the RTR 200 4V Race Edition 2.0 at the Salon Internacional de la Motocicleta Argentina 2018 held in Buenos Aires.
The company also launched its exclusive technology platform for the NTorq 125 – TVS SmartXonnect (patent pending) – which it says will make it a connected scooter.
The company has partnered with Beta Motor as its exclusive distributor for the Argentinian market. At present, TVS Motor products are being assembled in the industrial park of Tigre, Province of Buenos Aires and distributed through a network of over 100 dealers across the country.
Commenting on the unveil of the new products, R Dilip, senior vice-president, International Business, TVS Motor Company, said, “We are optimistic about strengthening our presence in the Argentina market with the help of our distributors Beta Motor."
"The TVS RR 310 is the most advanced offering in our product portfolio – a manifestation of our racing heritage and cutting-edge technology. With the TVS NTorq 125, we have developed an attractive product for the youth of Argentina as the scooter is a great package of performance, style and smart features/ And the TVS RTR 200 4V Race Edition 2.0 is a stylish proposition, offering an advanced feature within the segment. We are confident that all our products will be met with positive response across the country,” added Dilip.
Lino Stefanuto, vice-president, Beta Motor Argentina, said: "Our association with TVS Motor Company has resulted in bringing superior quality products to the Argentinian market. We are delighted to showcase these exciting products – each product is distinct and an apt combination of quality and technology. We strongly believe that they will each hold immense value for our customers in the country. "
In addition to the RR 310, NTorq 125 and RTR 200 4V Race Edition 2.0, the company also sells the RTR 160 4V, RTR 150 and Rockz in the South American country. The company said the products will be available in a phase-wise manner early next year.