At the Auto Expo 2023, Tork Motors, India’s first electric motorcycle manufacturer, will unveil an all-new model. Also, the company will showcase the refreshed Kratos-R with updated aesthetics. The only other model that the bikemaker offers is the Kratos. Tork Motors has confirmed that from January 1, 2023, the Kratos will cost INR 1.32 lakh and the Kratos-R will wear a price tag of INR 1.47 lakh. Both prices are ex-showroom Maharashtra and include the subsidies given on electric two-wheelers by the state government. Those interested can place their bookings via the company’s official website.
The Karnataka High Court has made a judgment that the ‘Yezdi’ brand name is owned by Ideal Jawa, and ordered the official liquidator to auction it.
The electric motorcycle is available in three variants – standard, Recon and Limited.
Two investment firms – Qualcomm Ventures and Lingotto – have decided to back Ultraviolette Automotive Pvt. Ltd. – a Bengaluru-based start-up specialising in sustainable mobility and energy infrastructure – with investments. The new resources will be utilised towards increasing the brand’s presence in India and the subsequent expansion in international markets. Also, the funds will help bolster Ultraviolette’s technological capabilities. The firm’s first product – the F77 electric motorbike – is set to launch on November 24, 2022.
EICMA 2022: Ducati’s 2023 Scrambler 800 range, Suzuki’s take on the middle weight segment and Kawasaki’s future plans
A lot of shiny new metal in this year’s EICMA, with some focus on sustainable motoring as well
This is RE’s third offering in the 650cc segment after the Interceptor and Continental GT, which were showcased in EICMA 2018
Both brands will setup up battery-swapping stations in the capital city of Delhi
He also walked away (or rode away) with a brand new Xpulse 200 4v and a contract worth Rs 10 lakh