the Tesla effect, or some such thing, but Tork's T6X electric motorcycle which
was launched in Bengaluru on September 30, 2016 has kicked up a storm capturing
imaginations and interest of the motoring world post its much awaited unveil.
This is reiterated by the fact that the motorcycle has already crossed a
whopping 1000 plus pre-booking within 24 hours
TORK MOTORS LAUNCHES INDIA'S FIRST ELECTRIC BIKE T6X FOR RS. 1.25
also offers a lot of features like on board navigation, storage space, cloud
connectivity, full digital display, quick charge and superior acceleration.
Customers can also sync their mobile phones to the motorcycle using the Tork
app. The mobile application enables users to view vehicle health, range,
service alerts and customised riding profiles. The T6X also comes with safety
features like ABS, CDS, anti-theft, geo fencing and DRLs. The bike also gets
TIROS (Tork Intuitive Response Operating System) which analyses and compiles
data, power management, real time power consumption and range forecasts for
every ride. TIROS is an adaptive system which also can learn the way you
is powered by lithium ion batteries which have been engineered to travel at a
top speed of 100kmph and can run a total of 100kms on a single charge. The
quick charge battery can achieve 80pc charge in an hour's time and takes 2
hours to achieve full charge. Depending on usage the battery can last anywhere
from 80,000kms to 1,00,00kms. The company has presently set up 6 charging
points in Pune and aims to expand this to a robust charging infrastructure of
100 charging stations by December 2016.
Shelke is the Founder & Director, Tork Motors Pvt. Ltd.
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