TVS Ronin Images Revealed Its Launch On July 6
Images of the TVS Ronin have appeared online just days before its premiere, giving us a clear view of the new bike’s appearance. The pictures appear to be from the bike’s product manual.
The TVS Ronin resembles a cross between a cafe racer and a scrambler motorbike in appearance. The bike has a spherical headlight, a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, flat side panels, a single-piece seat in brown with a tubular grab rail at the back, and other distinctive features. The back subframe is visible, and the indicators and taillight are situated underneath the seat.
Curved fenders, two-tone paint, a blacked-out engine, and a sizable belly pan beneath, most likely constructed of plastic, are further design features. The motorcycle has a sizable side-mounted exhaust with a silver tip on the end can.
Ronin’s overall design is undoubtedly unique compared to previous TVS products.
The bike appears to have a circular instrument cluster, and TVS’ Smart Connect Bluetooth communication system is most likely installed. Incoming calls, SMS, email, and turn-by-turn directions must be displayed.
The chassis appears brand-new and is supported at the back by a mono-shock and a USD fork in gold. The motorcycle’s multi-spoke alloy wheels and dual-purpose tires give away its Scrambler heritage.
Both ends have disc brakes that likely have dual-channel ABS to handle braking responsibilities.
We anticipate the Ronin to be powered by a brand-new, air- and oil-cooled engine. This engine might be larger in cubic capacity than the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V.
Bookings are anticipated to begin soon after the July 6 debut of the TVS Ronin.