Tork Motors enters Jharkhand, establishes new experience zone in Ranchi
The new facility is located at Nile Complex, Old Hazaribagh Rd, Kantatoli, Ranchi, Jharkhand.
Electric motorcycle manufacturer, Tork Motors has forayed into the state of Jharkhand with its first brand Experience Zone in the capital.
Located in Ranchi, this 3S facility will be home to the brand’s KRATOS-R motorcycle and will offer sales and after-sales services to consumers in the region. Customers will be able to get up close with the KRATOS-R Standard as well as Urban trim, and experience comprehensive test rides.
Kapil Shelke, Founder and CEO, Tork Motors, said, "As a part of expanding our presence in the country, we are thrilled to enter a new state in the eastern region after Bihar and West Bengal. Jharkhand is a crucial market for us at TORK Motors because of its favourable EV policies, outlook on developing EV infrastructure, and residents' desire to embrace new technology and sustainability. We are excited to provide our consumers in the region with a distinctive ownership experience for electric motorcycles.”
The Tork KRATOS-R features a 4.0 kWh Li-ion battery, 9 kW 'Axial Flux' motor, and patented technology. It offers a peak torque of 38Nm, three ride modes, and a range of 180 km. Refreshed design includes a black motor, battery pack, and fast-charging port. The motorcycle is available in five trendy colours. The company recently launched the Urban edition of Kratos-R for urban commuters.
With EMI options starting as low as Rs 2,999, Tork Motors has collaborated with leading financial organisations to make the KRATOS-R accessible to all. Existing customers can also upgrade their current motorcycles by paying a differential amount. Consumers can book their KRATOS-R online by visiting the company's official website.
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