Updated Tork Kratos, new e-bike to be showcased at Auto Expo

    The new e-bike could be a more cost-effective, entry-level addition to Tork’s line-up.

    Published On Dec 30, 2022 12:40:00 PM


    Tork Motors new e-bike, updated Kratos R to be shown at Auto Expo 2023.
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    Tork Motors is gearing up to unveil a brand-new electric motorcycle at the upcoming Auto Expo 2023, alongside an updated version of its existing Kratos R model. The new electric bike could be a more cost-effective model and serve as the entry point to Tork’s line-up.

    1. New, more affordable e-bike to use simpler componentry
    2. Kratos R to be refreshed only aesthetically

    New Tork e-bike, updated Kratos R to be shown at Auto Expo 2023: details

    Tork has hiked the prices of its Kratos, Kratos R e-bikes substantially since they were launched earlier this year, effectively making them dearer by Rs 25,000. Therefore, the new Tork e-bike could serve as a more accessible entry point, and it’s likely to use simpler componentry and a smaller battery. With FAME-II subsidies set to disappear, come March 2024 (barring an extension), this would be the perfect time to come up with a low-cost, entry-level e-bike for Tork, much like Ola has done with the S1 Air.

    Alongside this new e-bike, Tork will also take the wraps off its updated Kratos R electric bike, although it will only be a change to the e-bike’s styling and not its underpinnings.

    Also See:

    Tork Kratos R review

    Tork Kratos e-bike prices to increase by Rs 10,000

    Ather could unveil new e-scooter on January 7

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