Tork Kratos electric motorcycle with 180 km IDC range launched in India with a top speed of 105 kmph


Tork Motors has launched its new Kratos electric bike in India on the 73rd Indian Republic Day. The electric bike is based on the T6X concept model that was showcased back in September 2016. Key features of the motorcycle include a claimed range of up to 180 kmph, top speed of 105 kmph, acceleration of 0-40 kmph in 4 seconds. more.

Tork Kratos: Price in India

The Tork Kratos has been launched in two variants: Kratos and Kratos R starting at Rs 1.02 lakh (effective ex-showroom, Delhi/including subsidy). The company has opened pre-bookings for both the variants through the company’s official website for just Rs 999. The Tork Kratos EV will be made available pan India in a phased manner.

The standard model has been launched in only white color option, while the higher-spec “R” model has been launched in white, blue, red and black color options.

Initially, the company is offering the electric motorcycle only in major Indian cities including Pune, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai and Delhi.

Torque Kratos: Specifications, Features

The Tork Kratos comes with a claimed IDC range of 180 km and actual usage of 120 km. The electric motorcycle comes with an IP67-rated 4 Kwh lithium-ion battery pack with a system voltage of 48V. The standard variant comes with a claimed top speed of 100 kmph and the “R” variant comes with a claimed top speed of 105 kmph.

The motorcycle comes with an axial flux type electric motor with the base variant producing a maximum power of 7.5 kW and a peak torque output of 28 Nm, and the higher-spec Kratos R producing a maximum power of 9.0 kW and a peak torque . 38 Nm

The standard variant does not come with fast charging capabilities, while the “R” variant supports it. Additional features include geofencing, find my vehicle feature, motorwalk assist, crash alert, vacation mode, track mode analysis and smart charge analysis.

The Torque Kratos electric motorcycle along with a 180 km IDC range with a promised top speed of 105 kmph in India has appeared on BGR India for the first time.

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