It would be too early to give any verdict over the power of the TVS Zeppelin as it hasn't launched yet. We'd request you to wait for its launch. Moreover, it is expected to get a 200 cc engine. Stay tuned for further updates.
The Zeppelin concept featured a new 220cc motor which sends power to the rear wheel via a belt drive, which is another first for TVS. A belt drive has a silent operation and requires low maintenance when compared to a chain drive. It does get an electric motor to boost power.
The Zeppelin concept featured a new 220cc motor which sends power to the rear wheel via a belt drive, which is another first for TVS. It does get an electric motor to boost power. While the engine on the concept looked like an air-cooled unit, an interesting feature we noticed was the dummy radiator shroud at the front. Could this mean that the production version of this cruiser will come packed with a more powerful liquid-cooled engine? We’d like to think so. E-boost: The power cruiser is not just a design exercise. It showcased a new engine and a new technology which TVS likes to call E-boost. It has even patented this integrated starter generator system which comprises of a 1200W (1.6PS) electric generator and a 48V lithium-ion battery that is charged via the motor. The technology is similar to the SHVS system seen in select Maruti Suzuki cars. The difference, however, is TVS claims the system will boost both performance and fuel efficiency. Stay connected for more updates. Also Read: 5 Reasons Why The TVS Zeppelin Concept Is Cool - https://bit.ly/2F68aRP TVS Zeppelin I First Look | Auto Expo 2018 | ZigWheels.com - https://bit.ly/2EUGD5E