Tork Kratos And Kratos R: Photo Gallery

Modified On Jan 28, 2022 03:59 PM By Aamir Momin for Tork Kratos

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Tork has launched its much-awaited electric motorcycle and it packs some serious features

After being in the works for about six years, Tork has finally launched its first electric motorcycle, that too in two variants – Kratos and Kratos R. Let’s take a look at how both the bikes look up close, via detailed images.

From its initial days in 2016 when it was named T6X, the Tork Kratos has been revamped in terms of styling. It gets a new more pronounced bodywork and sharp and edgy body panels that flow from the front to the very end of the bike. 

The Kratos gets a triangle-shaped LED headlight setup with DRLs, which surely does look sporty. The Kratos and Kratos R both get the same body design and split seat setup, underpinned by a split trellis frame.



The EV is powered by a 4kWh Li-ion battery pack that sits right where an IC engine would be, paired to the axial flux motor by Tork. The IDC range of the bike is 180km, and the real-world range is 120km.

The Kratos produces 7.5kW of peak power and 28Nm with a top speed of 100kmph whereas the Kratos R is rated at 9kW and 38Nm giving it a top speed of 105kmph. The standard Kratos does a 0-40kmph in 4 seconds and the R model does it in 3.5 seconds.

Kratos gets only one paint scheme that is white, whereas the Kratos R is available in four colour schemes:  white, blue, red and black.

In terms of features, the Kratos comes loaded with a fully digital console, Bluetooth connectivity, navigation, USB charging port, anti-theft system, safe home feature, crash alert, ride analytics, and OTA updates. Other features include reverse assist and regenerative braking.

The bike is suspended on a conventional telescopic fork and a monoshock. It gets front and rear disc brakes. With a ground clearance of 165mm, the bike rides on 17-inch alloy wheels.

The Tork Kratos is priced at Rs 1,32,499 and Kratos R at Rs 1,47,499 with the Fame 2 subsidies, the price is bound to go even lower with the respective state subsidies applied. The bike is available for booking at Rs 999 on Tork Motors’ website.

The Kratos competes directly with the Revolt RV 400, and gets more features and better performance, although the Ultaviolette F77 still sits higher in terms of outright performance.

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