These prices are excluding the state-wise subsidies. The Kratos is already on sale and can be booked by paying a token of Rs 999. Deliveries are slated to commence April 4 onwards.
|Pune||Rs 1.07,999||Rs 1,22,999|
|Bengaluru||Rs 1,32,499||Rs 1,47,499|
|Delhi||Rs 1,02,499||Rs 1,17,499|
|Hyderabad||Rs 1,32,499||Rs 1,47,499|
|Chennai||Rs 1,32,499||Rs 1,47,499|
|Ahmedabad||Rs 1,12,499||Rs 1,27,499|
The Tork Kratos is equipped with a full digital TFT instrument cluster. It isn’t a touchscreen unit but is compatible with a smartphone via a dedicated app. Using the app, you can access features such as anti-theft system, crash alert, Safe Home feature, hazard lights, and guide-me-home lights.
Of course, the e-bike also gets Over The Air (OTA) updates, geo-fencing, ride analytics, and turn-by-turn navigation on the app. The Kratos R variant, in particular, features a Motor Walk Assist, which essentially lets the bike crawl at walking speeds in case of a puncture. It also features track mode and smart charge analytics for a more detailed data capture. Other notable features on both variants include an all-LED lighting system, USB charging port, tripmeter, odometer, speedometer, battery level with low battery indicator, range indicator, and clock.
The Tork Kratos’ Axial Flux motor is reined by three riding modes: Eco, City, Sports. The R variant also gets an even sportier Track mode, which can be activated over Bluetooth. Both standard and R variants come with a reverse mode for extra practicality. And if the e-bike is going to be left unused for extended periods of time, then there’s the Vacation mode on both variants too.
The electric bike is equipped with disc brakes at both ends, enhanced by CBS as well as a regenerative braking system. Proper dual-channel ABS would’ve been a welcome addition here.
The Tork Kratos is available in standard and ‘R’ variants. Both the bikes have different power outputs, features and colour options.
Tork Motors uses its in-house axial flux motor for the Kratos which is claimed to have 96 percent efficiency. This motor delivers 7.5kW of peak power and 28Nm. It is paired with a 4kWh lithium-ion battery pack with a claimed real-world range of 120km. The company has used a forced air-cooling system for the Kratos’s motor. The claimed charging time for both the models is 4 to 5 hours.
The Tork Kratos R uses a different motor that pushes out 9kW of peak power, and the peak torque is rated at 38Nm. The ‘R’ has a top speed of 105kmph (5kmph more than the standard), and can sprint from 0-40kmph in 3.5 seconds. Even the battery pack is different for both the bikes, and the ‘R’ variant comes with fast charging capability that can charge the battery to 80 percent in under an hour. Tork has also provided free access to its charging network for two years for customers of the ‘R’ model.
The Tork Kratos features a split trellis frame which is suspended onto a telescopic fork and a monoshock. This electric motorcycle features disc brakes at both ends, backed by the safety net of CBS. However, we would have liked the bike to have ABS instead.
On the features front, the Tork Kratos is loaded to the gills. From multiple riding modes, including a reverse assist, to regenerative braking, USB charging, storage box, digital instrument console with connectivity features, the list is long.
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