Tork Motors Set To Launch ‘Made-In-India’ E-Bike By January-End. Powered by the company’s proprietary Tork LIION battery pack with advanced axial-flow motor topology for maximum power and range, the motorcycle to be launched is equipped with fast charging capabilities and 4G telemetry for data and service support.
Electric motorcycle manufacturer Tork Motors is set to launch its long-awaited ‘made-in-India’ T6X electric bike, now renamed KRATOS, by the end of the month, which will be the first vertically integrated electric vehicle (EV) in the country, according to a statement.
The company also said deliveries of the bike are expected to begin within a couple of months of its launch.
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Powered by the company’s proprietary Tork LIION battery pack with advanced axial flow motor topology for maximum power and range, the motorcycle to be launched is equipped with fast charging capabilities and 4G telemetry for data and service support, he said. Tork Motors in a statement Monday.
Tork Motors founder and CEO Kapil Shelke said: “After years of extensive research and iterations, we are all set to showcase India’s first electric motorcycle – KRATOS. Not only was it rebranded as KRATOS, but it was also fully developed as a new motorcycle than the T6X with a redesigned structure and style achieved through rigorous testing with internal and external equipment. “
The company said the bike will feature its signature TIROS (Tork Intuitive Response Operating System), the intelligence system that helps urban commuters shift for an unparalleled riding experience.
In addition to technical analysis, power management, real-time power consumption, data collection on each trip, and range forecasts; TIROS will also play a critical role in complementing the rider and the machine, he added.
KRATOS has improved ergonomics, LED headlights, taillights, and a new version of the split seat to provide comfort when traveling around town, he said.
He added that the larger battery pack provides more range and faster-charging capacity.
The company also said that it has filed more than 50 patents and designs under intellectual property rights to reinforce its R&D (research and development) and cutting-edge technology since its inception.