Tork Kratos electric motorcycle to be launched this month

    Online bookings for the Tork Kratos will commence following the launch.

    Published On Jan 04, 2022 05:08:00 PM


    Tork Kratos electric motorcycle to be launched this month

    Pune-based Tork Motorcycles is gearing up to launch the Kratos electric motorcycle in the last week of January. 

    The Tork Kratos was formerly known as the Tork T6X and has been under development for the past six years. There have been a few delays since the T6X was shown in 2016, but in October 2021, the company had announced that the production ready bikes will be ready for delivery soon.

    • New made-in-India electric motorcycle 
    • Formerly called the Tork T6X 
    • Deliveries to begin in March 2022

    Tork Kratos: features 

    The Kratos is a made-in-India EV and features its proprietary, Tork LIION, lithium ion battery pack with an axial flux motor that's said to offer the highest peak power and range. We’ll wait to see the specifications at the time of launch.

    As is the case with most EVs, the Tork Kratos will also feature an operating system that aids power management, monitors real-time power consumption and gathers trip data, among other things. 

    Tork Kratos: Different from the T6X

    We've seen multiple iterations and test mules of Tork Motorcycle's T6X in the past, with most of the bodywork on the initial bikes from a Yamaha FZ-16 donor bike. The Tork Kratos, however, is a completely new motorcycle with new bodywork, split seats, LED lights and a redesigned frame. 

    The company claims that the larger battery translates to more range while the fast charger allows for quick battery top ups. To reiterate, the 2016 Tork T6X had a claimed range of 100km and a top speed of 100kph.

    Tork Kratos: Bookings and deliveries 

    The Tork Kratos can be booked online following the launch. Deliveries are said to begin in March.

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