NEW DELHI: Starting on an auspicious note, India’s first and fast-growing electric motorcycle manufacturer, Tork Motors, will deliver the first lot of electric motorcycles in Mumbai before Diwali. The motorcycles will be delivered to customers’ doorstep from Tork Headquarters in Pune. The deliveries have been initiated around the festive season to celebrate the evolving scenario around sustainable E-mobility, alongside the festival of lights.
Tork Motors had launched its flagship product – KRATOS and KRATOS-R in January, 2022. The company has received an overwhelming response for its cutting-edge electric motorcycle, post the booking announcement. The KRATOS is priced at INR 1,22,499 [ex-showroom after subsidy in Maharashtra] and is available in white colour only. The KRATOS-R is priced at INR 1,37,499 [ex-showroom after subsidy in Maharashtra]; and comes in four colour options white, blue, red and black. At the moment, KRATOS-R is available in black and white colours for delivery while the motorcycle in the red colour will be on sale for the costumers in the upcoming month. Consumers can book KRATOS® and KRATOS-R by visiting the company’s official website at www.booking.torkmotors.com
On the occasion, Kapil Shelke, Founder and CEO of Tork Motors said, “We are excited to deliver our cutting-edge, Made in India product to our endearing customers in Mumbai. With this batch, we have expanded our reach to newer geographies beyond Pune. Further, with the setup of our Chakan factory in progress at a steady pace, we will shift our focus to more cities as announced during the launch. We at Tork Motors, wish all our customers and stakeholders, a very happy festival of lights.”
The company has started delivering motorcycles to customers in a unique 1:1 scale box and also offers deliveries, servicing, sales and spares at customer’s doorstep as a part of its Pit Crew Van initiative. Registered in the year 2006, Tork Motors has a rich and glorious heritage of racing at the ‘Isle of Man’ and has leveraged its experience in shaping towards becoming India’s top electric vehicle manufacturer.