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India’s First Electric Bike To Be Launching Soon: Tork T6X

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It is the very first time in that Tork T6X has been spied testing in the country. While looking at it the model features a uniquely designed trellis frame along with the subframe hinged right below.

The frame is made of a battery pack that uses a stressed member, and the electric motor is positioned right in between the swingarm.

The motor is connected to a chain drive that allows transferring the power to the rear wheel. Now taking a look at the enormous suspension of the model it includes a telescopic front forks suspension and a rear mono-shock suspension.

For braking, each tire is provided by disc brakes which features a CBS. According to our expectations, we hope that Tork T6X to be launched by the end of 2019 or in early 2020.

As per automobile expert opinions, we expect the cost of the bike to be around Rs 1.5 lakh (ex-showroom). Tork T6X will be the first-ever Indian electric motorcycle to be commercially available in India.

It is assumed that in the first phase it will be available only in Bengaluru, Pune, and Delhi.

So diving a bit into the technical terms, the Tork T6X gives a mileage of 100 km on a single charge. The company claims the top speed of the model to be around 100 Kmpl, which is less than the top speed of engine-driven bikes in this range.

As per the website’s information, costumers can pre-book the model at a cost price of Rs.1,24,999.

Now talking about safety features, the Tork T6X will be featuring an anti-lock braking system, anti theft, DRL, etc.

The electric motor is capable of producing a torque of 27 Nm for propulsion.

The unique feature in the model is that it is controlled by an intelligent control system which the company named TIROS that enables the rider to switch between the economic and power mode.

The lithium-ion battery used in the Tork T6X can be charged by a 15 Amps charger and charges its battery up to 80 percent in an hour. In usual it will take about 1 hour 25 minutes to charge the battery from 0 to 100%.

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