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TVS Motor Company launches new products in Ghana


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Chennai: Two and three-wheeler makers TVS Motor Company today launched seven new products in Ghana, Africa.

The company has introduced an array of exciting offerings, including the Bebek – TVS Neo NX, three variants of the TVS HLX series (TVS HLX 125, TVS HLX 150 & TVS HLX 150X), the TVS Apache 180, and the three-wheelers TVS King series.

Further delivering on its commitment to provide best-in-class mobility solutions to its customers through a strong focus on innovation and technology, the company aims to expand its reach and explore new opportunities and avenues for growth in the region.

The company ranks amongst the top five two-wheeler companies in the world with a presence in over 80 countries across Africa, South East Asia, the Indian Sub-Continent, Latin America and the Middle East.

Mr. Rahul Nayak, Vice President, International Business, said “We take pride in our diverse and robust product portfolio that encompasses Bebeks, motorcycles, and three-wheelers, catering to the needs of customers seeking daily and last-mile connectivity in Ghana.”


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