For starters, just like the 2004V, the 200T’s 199.6 cc engine is also expected to get 4-valves, which will increase its power and torque figures. The XPulse 200 4V produces 18 hp and 17 Nm of peak torque. Transmission duties will be handled by the same 5-speed transmission option. In addition, the air-cooler in the updated 200T also appears to be bigger than before.
As far as its aesthetics are concerned, there are a few visual updates. These are visible in the form of a newly designed belly pan, rear grab rail, a small flyscreen above the headlights, and fork gaiters. All in all, the design looks quite functional as opposed to the older bike’s stylized appeal.
Official information is still awaited on the upcoming 200T motorcycle. But given the images does showcase the actual production motorcycle, we’re expecting it to launch shortly in the coming days.
(Images sourced from Autocar)