TVS Draken

TVS DrakenTVS Draken is a 250cc concept motorcycle showcased by TVS at the 2014 Auto Expo. Powering the TVS Draken is a 249.2cc, 4-valve, liquid-cooled engine with DOHC layout that produces 38.50 BHP of peak power at 12,000 RPM and 23 Nm of peak torque at 9500 RPM, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. The concept TVS Draken bike runs on 95 octane fuel and return a claimed fuel mileage of 33.3 km/l. TVS has provided high performance reverse free flow exhaust system on the TVS Draken that is placed under the engine. The TVS Draken has a wheelbase of 1340 mm and a ground clearance of 170 mm. The TVS Draken comes with a 10-litre fuel tank and weighs 134 kgs.

TVS Gauges Draken Response In Indonesia

TVS showcased the Draken concept at the 2014 Auto Expo earlier this year. This motorcycle grabbed a lot of eyeballs from viewers and enthusiasts and it was termed as one of the most interesting products displayed at the show. The Draken borrows some styling elements from BMW Motorrad and the bike features a very striking […]

TVS Draken Concept Points To Apache RTR 250

When TVS launched the Apache in 2007, it became an instant hit, replacing the Suzuki Fiero and starting a huge fan base. TVS upgraded the Apache from 150 to 160 and also brought out the 180 but further progress was halted. Everyone was expecting more powerful versions of the Apache to come, including a 200 […]

TVS Draken 250cc Concept Bike Walkaround Video

You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video TVS showcased the Draken 250cc bike at the 2014 Auto Expo. The company hasn’t revealed any details nor has it shown any signs of putting this bike into production. For those who missed our post early this morning, here is a quick look […]

TVS Draken Concept Is 250cc Street-Fighter

TVS has finally showcased something interesting at the Auto Expo. The company has unveiled the TVS Draken which is a 250cc concept bike. The Draken is a 249.2cc, 4-valve, DOHC bike which uses liquid-cooling. The exhaust is placed very nearly under the engine and coming out ahead of the front brake lever. The company calls […]