The Sinnis GPX 125 bodywork has been designed and streamlined to give class-leading aerodynamics as well as a completely race-inspired appearance in terms of design and aesthetics. LED headlights, LED running lights, and a taillight are all included on the Sinnis GPX 125. The bike’s design includes a futuristic light that gives it a racing look.
The finely formed fairing complements the strong fuel tank and the razor-sharp tail section. A 124.2cc, Euro5, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 4-valve, DOHC engine powers the Sinnis GPX 125, producing 12.7 PS at 9500rpm and 10.67 Nm of torque at 7500rpm. The GPX 125 weighs 158kg and is built on a tubular steel frame. The bike comes in two colours: Ultimate Grey and Carbon Black, and rides on 17-inch alloy wheels.
The upside-down front forks and the mono-shock at the rear perform the suspension chores. Disc brakes with axial callipers on both ends have been assigned braking duties. Sinnis has chosen a combination braking system over ABS, despite the fact that the underpinnings are comparable to competitors. In terms of the bike’s launch in India, it does not appear to be coming anytime soon.
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