While the electric car has been the main protagonist of the deployment of electric mobility in the West, electric motorcycles have been responsible for opening the way in other markets. This is the case of India, where a powerful production industry is developing to launch electric motorcycles that are increasingly competitive, attractive, and with knockdown prices.
The new Tork Kratos electric bike is a model of a rather attractive appearance. According to the manufacturer, this electric bike has helped them perfect their design and manufacturing processes. Something that warns us about the quality that Indian manufacturers are achieving. As an example, the placement of the battery pack inside the body in a lower position than usual. An aspect that allows you to enjoy a lower center of gravity and improve stability on the move.
The Tork Kratos electric bike has two versions. First is a basic model equipped with a 7.5 kW (10.2 hp) engine that propels it up to a maximum speed of 100 km / h. According to the manufacturer, the Tork Kratos electric bike model has a central motor powered by a 4 kWh battery, providing 120 km of autonomy. On the other hand, the sportiest version slightly raises the bike's power to 9 kW (12 hp), allowing it to enjoy more lively acceleration and achieve a maximum speed of 105 km / h; a second version with the same battery as the previous one.
Best of all, the new Tork Kratos electric bike is available after taxes and before aid for just 2,200 euros. Would this option succeed in Europe? Here we have alternatives such as the Super Soco TX Max, which starts at 4,600 euros, although it has much less power, 3.9 kW, and a slightly smaller battery, 3.2 kWh.