The Revolt RV400 arrived on our shores in September 2019 and was one of the first EVs to feature a more classic motorbike design in order to appeal to mass-market buyers. For a long time, availability was limited, but Revolt has now expanded to 19 retailers around the country. Tork Kratos, on the other hand, has finally entered the game, promising a completely designed and made-in-India alternative to the Revolt, which began life as a Super Soco EV from China. Tork Motors has a long history in racing, including a third-place result in the Isle of Man (2009) and a first-place win in the TTXGP (2010).
The Tork Kratos has made its debut in India, and the new all-electric motorbike is available in two models: the Kratos and the Kratos R. The Tork Kratos’ main competitor is the Revol RV400, which has been on the market in India for some time. Finally, another inexpensive electric motorbike choice – amid all other scooters – necessitates a spec comparison.
Tork has also shown the Kratos R, which is a more powerful and pricey version of the basic Kratos. As a result, we’ll leave the sportier Kratos R of the comparison for the time being.
So, let’s look closer a Tork Kratos vs Revolt RV400!
Tork Kratos vs Revolt RV400
|Specifications||Tork Kratos||Revolt RV400|
|Motor||Mid-drive motor with 7.5kW peak power and 4kW continuous power||Mid-drive motor with 5kW peak power and 3kW continuous power|
|Battery Capacity||4kWh||3.24 kWh|
|Claimed Range||120km – Eco mode 100km – City mode 70km – Sports mode||150km – Eco mode 100km – City mode 80km – Sports mode|
|Charging Time||4-5 hours||3-4.5 hours|
|Drive Type||Mid Drive Electric Motor||Belt Drive|
|Top Speed||85 kmph||87.8 kmph|
|Range||120 km||150 km|
|Chassis||–||Lightweight Single cradle Frame|
|Body Type||Electric Bikes||Electric Bikes|
|Front Suspension||Hydraulic Telescopic||Upside Down Forks|
|Rear Suspension||Mono shock Hydraulic||Monoshock|
|Tyre Size||Front 90/80-17, Rear 120/80-17||Front 90/80-17, Rear 120/80-17|
|Kerb Weight||140 kg||108 kg|