Tork Kratos

Tork Kratos


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₹ 1,22,499
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Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant 2024 Tork Kratos
Availability Status in India Available
2-Wheeler Type Naked
Latest Price in India 2024 Tork Kratos price is Rs 1.22 lakh (ex-showroom).
Fuel Type Electric
Colour Options Blue, Red, Black, White
Official Tagline Born on the Race Track. Unleashed on the Streets.
Cooling High Energy Density with Optimum Cooling
Maximum Power Rated Power - 4000 Watt, Max Power - 7500 Watt
Maximum Torque 28 Nm
Throttle System Active Throttle Control
Motor Axial Flux
Number of Gears Single Speed
Final Drive Mid Drive Electric Motor
Final transmission Single Stage Gear Reduction with Chain Drive System
Mileage 100 kms per charge
Top Speed Tork Kratos top speed is 100 kmph (company-claimed).
Front Brake Disc
Rear Brake Disc
Regenerative Braking
Front Tyre 90/80-17
Rear Tyre 120/80-17
Front Wheel 17-inch
Rear Wheel 17-inch
Wheel Type Alloy Wheels
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Gradeability 14
Range IDC Range - 180, Eco Mode - 120, City Mode - 100, Sports Mode - 70 kms
Key Features Some of the key Tork Kratos features include - Digital Instrument Cluster, Multi Drive Mode, Regenerative Braking, Reverse Mode, DRLs (Daytime Running Lights), Mobile App Connectivity, In App Navigation, USB Charging, Anti Theft System, Active Throttle Control, Front Storage Box, Low Battery Indicator, Hazard Lights, LED Lighting System, Safe Home Feature, Side Stand Indication, Remote Charge Status, Crash Alert, Ride Analytics, Guide me Home Lights, Vacation Mode.
Ride Modes Eco, City, Sports & Reverse
Similar Bikes Oben Rorr, Revolt RV400, Ultraviolette F77, Hero AE 47, Odysse Evoqis, Joy E-Monster, Joy Hurricane, Revolt RV300
Front Suspension Hydraulic Telescopic
Rear Suspension Mono Shock Hydraulic Rear
Frame (Chassis) Trellis
Overall Length 1960 mm
Overall Width 784 mm
Overall Height 1085 mm
Seat Height 785 mm
Ground Clearance 165 mm
Wheelbase 1336 mm
Kerb Weight 140 kg
Speedometer Digital
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Clock Digital
Global Positioning System (GPS) In App Navigation
Low Battery Indicator
Mobile Phone Connectivity Via Bluetooth
Estimated Charging Time 4 to 5 hrs
Battery Box IP67 Rating, Sealed Aluminium HPDC Box
Charger Type Off Board 750 W
Battery Type 4.0 kWhr Tork Li-ion Battery Pack
Voltage 48V
Charging System Fast Charge - 1.5 km/min
Head Light LED
Tail Light LED
Turn Signal Light (Front) LED
Turn Signal Light (Rear) LED
Electric Start
Pillion Grabrail
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
Riding Modes
USB Charging
Miscellaneous Information
Hazard Warning Switch Hazard Lights

Tork Kratos Review

09 Nov, 2023 03:12 PM

Detailed Review by Maxabout Team


Tork Motors is not a new name in the electric vehicle industry. It was one of the first organisations to recognise and capitalise on the green mobility idea. It created some e-bikes that won a race on the Isle of Man. It then produced more, which were not used on racetracks. Tork Motors has continued to innovate and manufacture green automobiles. Its most ambitious project was the T6X, an electric motorcycle that was supposed to be released years ago but development took time and then the pandemic, and now after a long wait a production-ready model with a new moniker, Tork Kratos is out there.

Tork Kratos Design and Style

To begin with, Tork Kratos appears to be a standard motorcycle. It does not appear little or slender, nor does it have design characteristics that cry "Imported from China, built in India." Kratos appears to be a motorbike in the 150cc-160cc category and appears to be aggressive, which is sure to attract a lot of young people. The fascia, with its sleek headlight unit, adds a cool touch. Tork Kratos gets a sleek and flowing crease from the side, which adds considerable ferocity. The tail side is also well-balanced and finished and the e-bike has some heft and mass throughout.

Tork has done a good job with the overall fit and quality. It's not as excellent as bikes from massive brands, but for a little company that has yet to prove itself, it's a promising start. Plastics are of acceptable quality, the use of black plastic panels on the fuel tank and the roughness of the tail section made it look rather bad. However, the corporation has stated that it would enhance this in the future. The best thing about the Kratos' graphics is that, even with a massive battery pack, the bike doesn't look out of place, which we believe represents their careful thought process.

Tork Kratos Engine and Gearbox

There are two models available: the Kratos and the Kratos R. Tork tuned the standard model to produce 7.5 kW (10.05 HP) of peak power and 28 Nm of maximum torque. The R model produces 9 kW (12.06 HP) and 38 Nm of peak torque. Both models have an Axial Flux motor and a 4kWH, IP67-certified lithium-ion battery pack. Tork has coupled the Kratos engine with a single-speed, mid-drive electric motor with single-stage gear reduction and chain drive gearbox.

Tork Kratos Suspension, Brakes and Tyres

Tork has suspended the new Kratos on a Trellis frame and the Hydraulic Telescopic handles the suspension duties at the front and the Mono Shock Hydraulic at the rear. Kratos features the Disc Brakes for both front and rear end which are aided by the ABS and Regenerative Braking system. The new Tork Kratos comes with 17-inch alloy wheels and the tubeless tyre sections of 90/80-17 at the front and 120/80-17 at the rear.

Instrument Console of Tork Kratos

2024 Tork Kratos has a full digital TFT instrument cluster. It does not have a touchscreen, but it is compatible with smartphones via a dedicated app. You can use the app to access functions such as anti-theft, crash alert, Safe Home, hazard lights, and guide-me-home lights. The Tork Kratos comes with four riding modes: Eco, City, Sports, and Reverse. The R model also includes a more sporty Track Mode, which is Bluetooth enabled. For added convenience, both the regular and R variants include a reverse mode. If the e-bike is going to be left unused for a lengthy period, both models have a Vacation Mode.

Key Features of Tork Kratos

In terms of features, Tork has equipped the Kratos with many useful features. One of the most important ones is the front storage box, 4 riding modes Eco, City, Sports and Reverse, an anti-theft system, crash alert, guide-me-home lights, OTA updates, regenerative braking, USB charging, and digital instrument console with connectivity features. Tork also has a dedicated mobile app that allows features like charging status, geo-fencing, ride telemetry and even a charging station location. Some comfort features of the Tork Kratos include Electric Start, Pillion Grabrail, Pillion Footrest, Step-up Seat/Split Seat, Riding Modes and USB Charging.

Top Speed and Range of Tork Kratos

2024 Tork Kratos has a top speed of 100 km/h and Kratos R has a top speed of 105 km/h (company-claimed). The range depends on the riding mode and is as follows - IDC Range is 180 km, Eco Mode range is 120 km, City Mode range is 100 km, Sports Mode range is 70 km. Tork Kratos can speed up from 0 to 40 km/h in 4 seconds and it takes Kratos R 3.5 seconds to do the same.

Tork Kratos Colour Options

Tork offers both the variants Kratos and Kratos R in four colour options; Blue, Red, Black and White.

Tork Kratos Competitors

Oben Rorr, Revolt RV400, Ultraviolette F77, Hero AE 47, Odysse Evoqis, Joy E-Monster, Joy Hurricane, and Revolt RV300 are some similar bikes to the new Tork Kratos in the market.


2024 Tork Kratos and Kratos R are well-thought-out motorcycles. Kratos looks really cool and has the design traits and feel of a regular motorcycle. They packed it with a motor and battery pack that is practical and usable. Tork Kratos gets features that work and also enhance the overall appeal of the electric motorcycle. Unlike a few other e-scooters in the market, the e-motor on the Kratos doesn’t whine much. The battery gets a decent claimed riding range, and it looks decent on the paper. However, there are a few things that Tork needs to work on: quality and reliability. The black textured plastics aren’t appreciable, and the motor goes into limp mode every time the temperature sensor gives up.

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Tork T6X is the best for new era

Ankit - | 5 years ago
helpful 2

I think they should reach for a better battery with more range.

Best Features: All features are good

Pros: Eco-friendly

Cons: Overall range

Value For Money
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Best, best, best, dust free & pollution free amazing bike

Hero Ni | 5 years ago
helpful 6

I want to share a few words about this TORK T6X ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE. All the other company bikes will get closed to their profit bags. this is the boon of riding in this era. no gear means money saving. time and money saving while charging. It will make a new revolution theory. And also generate it to a new green world. I will buy it as soon as possible. I'm very happy to say you. it is recreating me. i love this lovable marvelous fantastic two wheeler car. there is no words to say after this.

Best Features: The top most bike and top required bike in this era.

Pros: Mileage, speed and no gear

Cons: I don't know the customer service. price is also just a huge one. but not more than to comparing royal enfield and others etc.

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