Taking the delivery of a new motorcycle or car is always a special experience for the owner of that vehicle. And that experience becomes even more memorable when you are a part of a group celebration with people experiencing the same joy as yours. Something like this happens in the mass delivery experience of vehicles conducted by automakers, with the most recent one conducted by Tork Motors.
A YouTube video by Pradeep On Wheels shows all the customers of Tork Kratos R taking their delivery in a closed event. The India-based start-up Tork Motors recently conducted a special delivery event, where it delivered 20 units of Tork Kratos R motorcycle to all of its owners. The event happened at a small closed g-kart track in Pune, Maharashtra, where all the owners were handed over the keys to the Tork Kratos R motorcycle.
All white coloured Tork Kratos R
All these 20 units of Tork Kratos R are painted in a shade of white. The event began with the unveiling ceremony of all the motorcycles assembled at the go-kart track by their respective owners, followed by the owners riding their Kratos R on the track. Priced at Rs 2.08 lakh (ex-showroom, Pune), the Tork Kratos R becomes more affordable after accounting for the subsidies offered by the central government and a few state governments. In the video, we can see one of the customers saying that he paid Rs 1.67 lakh for the motorcycle.
Tork Motors launched the Kratos R in the first quarter of 2022 across its limited dealer network in India, which is expected to expand in the coming days. The sharp and edgy-looking Kratos R has a range of new-age features, such as all-LED lighting all around, a fully-digital instrument console, black alloy wheels and split seats and pillion grab rails. The motorcycle also comes equipped with three riding modes (eco, city and sport) and a reverse mode.
Powering the Tork Kratos R is a 9 kW electric motor, which produces 38 Nm of torque and enables the motorcycle to reach a top speed of 105 km/h. The Tork Kratos R gets a 4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack, which is housed in an aluminium casing and claims an IDC-certified range of 180 km. This battery pack can be charged using a fast charging option. Sitting on a trellis frame, the Tork Kratos R gets conventional telescopic forks at the front and mono-shock at the rear, with disc brakes at both ends.