Auto Expo 2014: New TVS Scooty Zest preview
TVS is all set to launch a bigger Scooty. Here's more about the new Scooty Zest
Not to be confused with Tata Motors new compact sedan, TVS Motor Company’s new Scooty Zest is actually a grown up, full-fledged scooter. The Scooty has been TVS's most successful scooter brand, and till TVS rolled out the Wego a few years back, it alone helped TVS Motor ride the rising wave in scooter sales. The Scooty has always been the two wheeler of choice for young girls, and for the right reasons. It was light and smaller than the rest of the range. And with a timid power delivery, it was one of the easiest scooters to ride across all makes. Then, it came with colour options which young girls found very endearing. Apart from the regular reds and blues, the Scooty was also offered in pink and lavender and a striking shade of orange.
The TVS Scooty Zest, on the other hand, comes across as a lot more mature. It is now heavier and more powerful. And, it has also grown in size. As Far as colours go, TVS hasn't announced specific colours for the scooter yet, but it will continue to be offered - in TVS own words - in vibrant colours. The electric blue display colour of the new Scooty Zest at the Auto Expo 2014 clearly previews the sam
The new Scooty Zest is an all new design, but you still won't mistake the scooter to be anything but a Scooty, especially from the front. The front apron design is an evolution of the Scooty Pep's design and while the headlamp is larger and more contoured on the Zest, it still manages to remind you of the Pep. The Scooty Zest does look strikingly different from the side and rear three-quarters. The boomerang shaped side panel, in particular, is a very attractive design element. We also like the LED tail lamps.
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